The sun in spring is warm, not dazzling or diabolical. Such good weather is suitable for outdoor activities (basking in the sun).
However, it is not good to have more ultraviolet rays, so how can it be healthier?
Fortunately, I am a yellow race. Compared with white people with fair skin, I am less prone to sunburn and have a lower risk of skin cancer.
Even if it is low, we should master the correct and scientific method of basking in the sun and enjoy the short spring sunshine.
1. Take good care of Xiong Haizi
Children and children are especially vulnerable to ultraviolet radiation, but for fun, they prefer to have outdoor activities and spend more time in the sun.
Remember to prepare your children for sun protection, such as using sun hat and sunscreen.
Step 2 Avoid the peak of ultraviolet rays
From 10: 00 a.m. to 2: 00 p.m. is the time when ultraviolet rays are strongest. When choosing outdoor activities at this time, it is necessary to consider whether there is any shelter around to avoid direct sunlight.
There is also a regional issue involved here. China spans several time zones, but they are all calculated on the basis of Beijing time, so the strongest ultraviolet rays may vary from place to place.
If it is located to the east of Beijing, it may be necessary to avoid the period from 9: 00 a.m. to 1: 00 p.m. If it is located to the west of Beijing, the peak period of ultraviolet rays may have to be postponed.
3. Take good sun protection measures
Physical sun protection: Sunglasses, wide-brimmed hats and thin long-sleeved clothes can effectively block the damage of ultraviolet rays.
Apply sunscreen: Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a SPF of 15 +. Remember that sunscreen needs to be reapplied every two hours.
4. Know the weather conditions in advance
At present, many weather forecasts are accompanied by an explanation of the ultraviolet index. You can refer to this index to choose the appropriate outdoor interaction.
When the UV index is 3 (moderate) or higher, safety protection measures should be taken.
5. The skin is red and peeling?
Hurry back indoors, this is sunburn.
Even in the spring sunshine, long-term exposure may cause sunburn. If your skin is red, peeling, or sweating, don’t continue to bask in the sun.
Try to avoid direct sunlight, cover your body as much as possible with clothes, etc. Skin exposed to sunlight needs sunscreen, avoid two hours before and after noon, and don’t forget to take protective measures for children.