It`s a great feeling to have the wind blow through your hair and have the sunshine fall on your face. Several years ago when I lived in Denver I worked for a dermatologist. The mile high city is closer to the sun than the sea level cities. I can not tell you how many ladies came in with skin cancer on the top of their heads because they were out gardening, walking, taking their kids to the park, and so forth. And of course, back then, hairspray was used by everyone. When they got head sores or a little bump on the top of their heads they would come to the dermatologist for treatment.
Keeping a beautiful face, a fare skin are just some of the ways we could to look young. Some people also go for tummy stretch marks correction to keep a proportioned body figure.
Men, who played golf or had outdoor jobs, experienced the same symptoms. They were astounded to learn that they had the bump on head cancer and required treatment promptly.
Walking in the morning hours or in the evening should be safe for us to get our Vitamin D from the sun without the fear of skin cancer. However, in the heat of the very hot summer months, everyone needs to protect their heads. Privileged men with bald heads must know about shielding their skin from the sun consistently. It`s an easy fix. Wear a hat!
If you are out walking and you think “I think I will go an extra mile today”. I would encourage you to put in your backpack a head cover so it`s there when you need it. There are many styles of walking hats and some are made to protect the back of your neck from getting sunburn. Do not put on a cotton fabric hat because your head will sweat. Look for the hats that breathe in a sports store or the sports department of your favorite store.
Along with this line, You will have protected yourself from the risk of head skin cancer.