Solarium : Saint or Sinner
How it works
Both the sun and tanning beds emit ultraviolet (UV) radiation that effectively causes tanning of the skin. What makes the solarium different from natural light is that the body is bombarded with concentrated ultraviolet rays to speed up the tanning process.
Solarium supporters often report the aesthetic benefits of the process. People who use tanning beds also claim to be more relaxed and happy, because UV light helps in providing and synthesizing vitamin D.
The World Health Organization has analyzed the use of the solarium and its overall effect. As attractive as it may be, the solarium is not as good as it may seem. While it is true that it helps in providing vitamin D, natural sunlight mixed with diet is safer and just as effective. Tanning beds have been associated with many skin conditions, such as premature aging and skin cancer. Over time, they can also damage the eyes and even weaken the immune system, resulting in sensitivity to infections.
But since I know you will not stop solarium at least do it right! First of all, carefully choose the aesthetics center you choose. The solarium has become even in homes ... an unacceptable thing! In addition, below I have some recommendations from the World Health Organization to reduce the risks associated with tanning. First, avoid excessive tanning. This means you have to wait at least 48 hours between sessions, which is the minimum time required to repair the skin. Wear UV protective glasses when using a solarium. Be aware of the medicines you take, such as antidepressants, antibiotics and diabetes medicine. These and other medicines can reduce the skins ability to withstand ultraviolet radiation.