September: the perfect month for rejuvenating walks by the sea
With the arrival of September, there is still time to enjoy rejuvenating walks by the sea before winter sets in. Studies have shown that a half-hour walk on the shoreline can have extremely positive effects on health, preventing respiratory and bone problems, and more.
Exposure to the sun during a walk on the beach promotes the production of vitamin D in the skin, which is essential for healthy bones and the immune system, offering a dual benefit to your health.
But the advantages do not stop there. Being by the sea also offers the opportunity to connect with nature. Watching seabirds, tides and marine life in general can have a positive impact on psychological well-being, reducing anxiety and promoting contemplation.
The sea, with the sound of the waves and the view of the open horizon, has a calming effect on the mind, helping to reduce stress and promote a sense of tranquillity. Many people find comfort in the constant sound of the waves, which can help improve sleep and the quality of rest.
The seashore also offers a quiet and often isolated environment, perfect for personal reflection, meditation or simply to disconnect from the daily hustle and bustle. This time to oneself can help regenerate the mind and restore inner balance.
So don't miss the opportunity to enjoy the sea in September and reap all these benefits for your health and well-being. Take time for yourself and rediscover the regenerating effect of the sea before winter arrives.