From paddling boarding and surfing on Scotland’s coasts to booking a well-earned wellness break we want to share how participating in watersports and water-based activities can improve your wellbeing.
Here are 3 water wellness experiences you can try yourself when traveling around Scotland to highlight the Benefits of Water and Wellness.
Learn a new watersport
Feeling adventurous? There are plenty of watersports to choose from.
If you haven’t done any watersports before, there’s no need to worry, we have some suggestions for beginners.
We have a selection of adventure tours over one, two, or three days and, you can customise these depending on what you are interested in doing.
No matter what activity you pick, there are skilled instructors to guide you along the way and ensure you are safe out on the water.
Go marine wildlife watching
Scotland boasts some magnificent marine wildlife. By taking a walk along Scotland’s coasts or a marine wildlife boat trip, you can expect to see everything from otters to white-tailed sea eagles to dolphins – and much more.
Eat some delicious Scottish seafood
It is also recommended stopping by a seafood shack if you’re in need of a water wellness boost.
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Here are some reasons our body needs water:
- It lubricates the joints.
- It forms saliva and mucus.
- It boosts skin health and beauty.
- It cushions the brain, spinal cord, and other sensitive tissues.
- It regulates body temperature.
- It flushes body waste.
- It helps maintain blood pressure.
- The airways need it.
The Benefits of Water and Wellness during Exercise
- Helps to maintain adequate fluid in the body.
- Keeps the body cool.
- Prevents muscle fatigue.
- Aids in quicker recovery after a workout.
Among water wellness activities, here are three that can help improve your overall well-being:
- Meditative sun-up and sundown SUP paddle boarding
- Floating water meditation and relaxation
- Gentle water workouts
These water workouts — some of which can easily be recreated, support the cognitive and physical effects of water.
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