5 Benefits of Walking and Running Barefoot on Sand
In this video, you will learn about the 5 Benefits of Walking and Running Barefoot on Sand.
Taking a barefoot walk along a sandy beach is a very pleasurable activity. However there are also many health benefits which are associated with walking and running on sand.
It is very relaxing to walk on sand as sand conforms to your feet without restricting them. The ambience around a beach is awesome and it helps in relieving your stress.
2. Earthing / Grounding
When you walk barefoot, the electrical energy from the earth can be absorbed through your feet. This is known as earthing or grounding.
3. Naturally Exfoliating
Walking on wet sand acts as an exfoliant that helps peel dead skin cells from your body. You can try this out by walking or running in loose sand and then washing with the beach water.
4. Burn Calories
Walking or running on sand is excellent for burning calories. According to Berkley Wellness, you are expected to burn approximately 50% more calories by walking or running on sand than you would on paved ground.
5. Vitamin D and Mineral Boost
You will get plenty of Vitamin D while you are on the beach. Vitamin D helps in improving calcium absorption, autoimmune response and mood. The water in beach also contains lots of minerals like magnesium, potassium and iodine which are good for you.
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