The sun's rays help lower blood pressure

New Scottish research has shown that the sun's rays are useful in lowering blood pressure and slowing the heartbeat, thus reducing the risk of stroke and ischemia.

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Il Sun it is ours precious ally: improves mood, allows the formation of vitamin D useful for fixing calcium in the bones but is also a good natural remedy for those suffering from hypertension since, as Scottish researchers have discovered, Grape rays are able to lower blood pressure.

The new research, conducted by a team from the University of Edinburgh and published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, involved a sample of 24 women who were given moderate sunbathing. Subsequently, the participants were measured the basic parameters relating to their health.

It was thus possible to highlight the ability of the sun's rays to reduce pressure but also the heartbeat. This would happen because, once on the skin, the rays would stimulate the production of substances that reduce blood pressure.

According to scientists, the positive effect of the sun's rays would therefore be able to averting the risk of stroke and ischemia. To get the most benefits from the sun it doesn't take much time, but it is important not to overdo it during the hottest hours of the day.

According to the researchers, just half an hour a day is enough: “20-30 minutes of exposure are enough to lower the pressure by 3-4 millimeters of mercury. Suffice it to say that a decrease of 5 millimeters of mercury corresponds to a 34% decrease in the risk of stroke and 21% of ischemia ".

So beware of sunburn, do not expose yourself for too long or at the wrong hours, but otherwise enjoy the sun quietly!

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