Health benefits include walking, a sport with bare feet on the dry sand of the sea, specifically. It stimulates the perspiration and nerve glands on the bottoms or soles of the feet, allowing the body to discharge negative energy and relax. Jogging or walking on the beach in the water also helps to develop the muscles in the feet and legs. Because walking on a crumbling surface like sea sand involves more muscular work than walking on a hard surface like highways, sidewalks, and other hard surfaces.
When gently massaged into the skin, sea sand exfoliates, purifies, and gives it a smooth texture. We can remove cellulite and fatty deposits under the skin by rubbing sand on the hands and feet in a circular motion, as well as rubbing sand on the skin.
Hot Sand Bath
The Japanese were the first to devise a method or recipe (hot sand bath). It is the world’s oldest and most famous. Except for the head, the body is totally buried in the dry and scorching sands of the sea for a length of time, after which we go swimming in the water. This technique aids in the reduction of joint discomfort, muscle spasms, and rheumatic pain. It also aids in the treatment of various skin conditions.
Benefits of Beach Sand for Children
Playing in the sand at the beach helps to improve their perceptual abilities. It also helps to improve their hand and arm muscles. Playing with sand is an excellent opportunity for the mother to learn about her child’s unique preference for creating specific sand forms. You can figure out his psychological state by meditating on the scenes he creates with sea sand. His interaction with another group of youngsters while playing also helps him to improve his capacity to communicate with them. When there are no other children of the same age group, the mother should share her child’s play and make sure that he has the required instruments, such as molds and a bucket.
Playing with sand helps children develop interest and focus, as children typically have difficulties focusing on a single job for more than a few minutes, however they can do so when playing with sand because it allows them to accomplish a range of various things within the same activity. As a result, their interests are broadened; for example, children can play with trucks in the sand, then dig in the sand, and finally begin building a castle together. In general, engaging in these activities improves and boosts a child’s focus as well as their cognitive processes.