In an interview on the show “Rreze Dielli”, specialist Ylli Merja spoke about the “three best doctors in the world” such as the sun, air and water.
Sunlight has been scientifically proven to be very necessary for good health. According to the popular doctor Ylli Merja, the sun brings a number of benefits to the body.
Sunlight is very necessary to obtain vitamin D. It is advisable to spend 15 minutes in the sun every day to obtain sufficient amounts of vitamin D. Vitamin D has an important role in strengthening bones and is necessary for the formation of new bone tissue” he said.
While he also enumerated other benefits that come from the sun’s rays:
-Reducing stress and improving sleep
Our body needs sunlight to better regulate the circadian rhythm that regulates sleep and wake times. When it is dark, the production of the sleep hormone Melatonin begins to increase.
The sun helps to naturally regulate the levels of this hormone, melatonin, which aids in restful sleep.
The influence of the sun on strengthening the immune system
By helping to increase vitamin D, the sun also affects the strengthening of the immune system. Because vitamin D has an important role.
Sunlight helps with brain hormone levels such as serotonin and melatonin. If we are exposed to the sun, it affects the growth of hormones that improve mood, such as serotonin, which is also called the hormone of happiness.
Significant amounts of sunlight in childhood are important for optimal eye health.
The sun is healthy for many skin conditions as it helps relieve their symptoms such as acne, psoriasis and eczema. In individuals with psoriasis, the sun helps to reduce spots on the skin. Although sunlight has many positive effects, it is important that it is taken within the appropriate limits and that we do not expose ourselves during prohibited times, especially in the summer period,” he advised among others. other popular doctor Ylli Merja.
According to him, the best ‘second doctor’ in the world is water:
“Water constitutes the largest part of the body, namely about 70% of the healthy human body in adults, 75% water in children, and 55% water in the elderly. The amount of water removed through urination, defecation and sweating should to be regained through healthy products and drinks that we should consume” he said.
While he showed the benefits they get from water and its consumption:
Sometimes the body loses water faster than a person can restore the balance. During these periods, the body can become dehydrated. This can lead to complications, including dehydration headaches.
When the body is dehydrated, the brain can temporarily shrink from fluid loss. This causes the brain to pull away from the skull, causing pain and resulting in a headache. Once hydrated, the brain returns to its normal state, relieving the headache.
By consuming water it is understood that individuals seek to have a more hydrated appearance of the superficial skin, or to minimize acne or other skin conditions. The skin, however, is important in maintaining body water levels and preventing water loss to the environment.
Specialist Ylli Merja also showed the right amount of water that every individual should drink according to age
Age Adequate daily intake
1-3 4 cups, or 600 ml
4-8 5 cups, or 750 ml
9-13 7-8 glasses, or 1100 ml
14-18 8-11 glasses, or 1100-1500ml
Males >19 13 glasses, or 1800 ml
female, >19 9 cups, or 2000 ml
pregnant women 10 glasses, or 2200 ml
A mother with a nursing baby 13 glasses, or 2400 ml
While the third best doctor for him, is the air, the quality of which directly affects our organism. Therefore, it is advisable to often take walks in nature.