What are the Benefits of Tanning?

 

Why do you tan? “To have a beautiful skin color”, the vast majority of tan-lovers would say. But is it only for the attractive appearance? In this article we discuss various advantages of tanning.

Makes you look more attractive

It cannot be denied that the main purpose of tanning is to get a darker skin color to look prettier and to visually slim the silhouette. To take one example, for that reason sports people tan before competitions. It is not reinventing the wheel – you simply look slimmer when you are tanned.

Improves your mood

Tanning simply makes you feel happy. While exposure to light, the pineal gland is stimulated to produce significant hormones, i.e. serotonin and melatonin. Therefore, light deficiency is one of the reasons for low spirits and felling unwell, especially during fall and winter season. We can make up for this lack by using a tanning bed.

Is responsible for vitamin D synthesis

The biggest health advantage of tanning is vitamin D synthesis. Vitamin D is essential for proper functioning of your organism. Vitamin D deficiency may lead to bone mineralization disorders, malfunctioning of hormones, e.g. insulin, testosterone, and some enzymes. It also increases the risk of diabetes, obesity, arteriosclerosis and cancer.

Stimulates the production of nitrogen oxide

Tanning reduces the risk of heart diseases, such as heart attack. It is nitrogen oxide that guarantees this protection; it widens the lumen of the blood vessels, lowers blood pressure and improves blood circulation.