Nudism. A fresh look


For most peo­ple, the def­i­n­i­tion of “nud­ist” means only one thing — a naked sun­bathing body. And few peo­ple know that nud­ism is a whole cul­ture, as well as a heal­ing sys­tem.

Many girls like to sun­bathe top­less. Yes, and men have long ceased to be embar­rassed to roll up swim­ming trunks to expose an addi­tion­al strip of the body. But few of these peo­ple can clas­si­fy them­selves as nud­ists.

After all, this cul­ture implies not only the absence of cloth­ing, but also a whole world­view.
Speak­ing about the ben­e­fits of nud­ism, one can list not only a beau­ti­ful tan and bright relax­ation, but also the health of the skin and the body as a whole, the uni­ty of spir­it and body, as well as the effec­tive­ness of the treat­ment of cer­tain dis­eases.

Nud­ism — as a cul­ture

The main idea of ​​true nud­ists is that nudi­ty is the nat­ur­al state of a per­son in which he came into this world. So, there is no rea­son to be ashamed of her. Ide­o­log­i­cal nud­ism is also called natur­ism, and its essence lies in the rule “Get dressed when nec­es­sary, undress when pos­si­ble.”

It should be not­ed that natur­ism is not exclu­sive­ly focused on the naked body. Peo­ple who are pas­sion­ate about this cul­ture try to devel­op their bod­ies as much as pos­si­ble, go in for sports, lead an active lifestyle, do not accept drug addic­tion, alco­holism and are very mod­er­ate in smok­ing.

In this case, many can say that more than once they saw “hang­ing naked youth” on the beach­es. Note that the cul­ture of natur­ism and shock­ing nud­ism are two dif­fer­ent things. And in this arti­cle, we do not dis­cuss peo­ple who per­ceive nud­ism as a means of uncul­tured behav­ior or shock­ing the pub­lic.

True nud­ists (natur­ists) respect the opin­ions of oth­ers and usu­al­ly choose remote areas of beach­es for their vaca­tion. Such peo­ple will nev­er dis­cuss the mer­its or demer­its of the bod­ies of their “col­leagues” or force some­one to take off their extra clothes on the ter­ri­to­ry of their beach.

Any man­i­fes­ta­tion of nud­ism is vol­un­tary action. Among nud­ists, the man­i­fes­ta­tion of forcible coer­cion to fol­low the prin­ci­ples of natur­ism is not accept­ed.

It should be not­ed that such a cul­ture is brought up by par­ents in chil­dren. And on a nud­ist beach, even chil­dren will nev­er point their fin­gers at “naked uncles and aunts.”

And the last basic com­mand­ment of a nud­ist says that any man­i­fes­ta­tion of dis­crim­i­na­tion based on gen­der or sex­u­al ori­en­ta­tion is unac­cept­able.

Nud­ism is like a vaca­tion

First, let’s move away from stereo­types. Nud­ism does not involve roast­ing a naked body to the state of coal. The main charms of “naked” rest are com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent.

First, by being stripped of cloth­ing, your body breathes. Sec­ond­ly, the most pleas­ant thing that you can feel when com­plete­ly undressed is the wind on the skin or water wash­ing the whole body with­out excep­tion­al areas. Any­one who has ever swum naked will not argue that the sen­sa­tions become much more vivid, and the body more sen­si­tive.

And of course, an indis­putable advan­tage is that often nud­ist beach­es are locat­ed in seclud­ed cor­ners, and there are much few­er peo­ple on them than on any city ones. So, you can relax not only with your body, but also with your soul.

Nud­ism — as a treat­ment

A sep­a­rate cat­e­go­ry of nud­ists can be dis­tin­guished peo­ple who undress for med­ical rea­sons. After all, cloth­ing pre­vents you from get­ting the max­i­mum heal­ing effect of tak­ing from solar, water and mud baths.

The fact is that bathing suits close some nerve points and end­ings, the impact on which with cool water or the warmth of the sun has a strong ener­gy sup­ply for the whole body and helps fight many ail­ments. And tak­ing mud baths in bathing suits is just uncom­fort­able.

It should also be not­ed that a wet swim­suit is always a rea­son for colds of var­i­ous kinds, since a naked body warms up much faster and more even­ly than areas cov­ered with a wet cloth.

Imme­di­ate­ly I would like to pay atten­tion to the issue of tan­ning. Many may argue that top­less or ful­ly nude tan­ning is not healthy. How­ev­er, it can be argued that exces­sive tan­ning will not be use­ful even if you are wear­ing a swim­suit. And con­fi­dent sun­bathing is use­ful for any part of your body.

We wish you a good rest and full of sen­sa­tions!

Author: Natalia Kay

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