Sunten - Healthy or Dengerous?

Sunten - Healthy or Dengerous?

Sunten is very popular among people all over the world and most of the people suppose it as one of the important aspect about being beautifull.

But many researches which was done during past years has shown that sunten has much more dengerous results that just being beautifull or healty.

Most of people know that much sunten can couse skin cancer but researches has shown that not only skin cancer but other dangerous things can be coused as a result of getting sunten for too long.


Below are the health issues that can be caused by too much UV radiation:


Early aging of the skin

We often get the message that tanned skin is youthful and healthy. Isn’t it funny, though, that tanning your skin is the fastest way to look old and wrinkled? Being in the sun — or sitting in a tanning bed — without proper protection causes the skin to become thick, wrinkled, and leathery. This occurs slowly, and doesn’t show up for many years. However, with proper protection from UV radiation, you can keep your young-looking skin for a long time.

Problems with the immune system

Your immune system protects your body from germs and bad bacteria. White blood cells are an important part of your immune system. Scientists have found that sunburn can harm white blood cells for up to 24 hours after being in the sun. Lots of time in UV radiation — from the sun or a tanning bed — might cause long-lasting damage to the body’s immune system. Mild sunburns can stop the immune system from working the right way in people of all skin types.

Melanoma is the most serious form of skin cancer. Many scientists think there is a link between childhood sunburns and melanoma later in life. Melanoma starts when cells on the skin start growing uncontrollably. They can develop suddenly and without warning. They can develop from or near a mole on your skin. For this reason, it is important to know the appearance and location of the moles on your body so you see any change. Be aware of any unusual skin rashes, or of any change in the color or size of a mole, and talk to your doctor or nurse about it. Finding a melanoma early can save your life.


So before you decide to have sunten and feel more comfortable, beautifull, think about protecting your skin from radiation.


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