Sea therapy

"We live in an existence where everything goes fast, so we need breathing holes. It's the beach for me – a breather. It gives me the wildest rush to jump into the sea. It's like I'm put in my place, and it's impossible to be in a bad mood afterwards. I become grounded and use all my senses; feeling the movements of the sea, listening to the waves. It does something good for the soul.”

Sea therapy

"We live in an existence where everything goes fast, so we need breathing holes. It's the beach for me – a breather.
It gives me the wildest rush to jump into the sea. It's like I'm put in my place, and it's impossible to be in a bad mood afterwards. I become grounded and use all my senses; feeling the movements of the sea, listening to the waves. It does something good for the soul.”
Why does the sea have a therapeutic effect?

In Denmark, we love jumping into the sea all year round. Besides being fun and refreshing, sea bathing also has a positive effect on our mental and physical health.

What happens in the body when we immerse ourselves in the cold water?

• The body absorbs the vitamins, minerals, mineral salts and amino
nosyrs, which the seawater contains
• We get color in our cheeks and a feeling of being alive because blood-
the throughput increases
• Attention is sharpened and one is present in the moment
• The stress levels in the body drop, and the mood gets an endorphin-
boost
• Sea baths can give an immediate feeling of happiness, and the effect lasts
by the rest of the day
• The immune system is strengthened
Even if you don't jump into the cold water, the sea still makes a big difference to your well-being. It is healthy for the respiratory system to inhale sea air, the sound of the waves' movements has a meditative effect, and looking far out over the sea can give space for reflection.

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