Sumer time is full of wonderful things- the beach, barbeque, warm weather, and vacation. However while we’re having a great time in the fun sun, there’s something very serious that we all should be aware of and take very seriously. We’re talking about sunburns this afternoon. Chances are, you’ll probably get a sun burn at one point during these summer months, and sometimes the pain can be pretty bad. But while we get over the sunburn, we usually forget about the long term ramifications on our health, which in turn may alter your ct life insurance.
The connection between sunburns and skin cancer is startling. Skincancer.org reports that the two most common non- melanoma skin cancers,basal cell carcinoma (BCC)and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), are direct root causes of skin cancer in humans. It especially happens when tumors form in areas that are usually most exposed to sun, such as your face, hands, and ears.
So remember to always wear sun block and stay in the shade if you are ultra-sensitive to the sun. Your sunburn has done more damage than you think by the time you start to feel your skin’s irritation. Summer tans are great, but don’t get one at your health’s expense that can also affect your life insurance policy as well.