Is it dangerous for someone with hydrocephalus to go tanning?
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Yes, what do you think might happen? Don't pregnant women get a sun tan in Mexico, or Africa, without problems?. If you are on vacation and tanning in the sun you should be aware that your tan may be patchy, you may get a large freckle across your face and also a darker line down the center of your… tummy if wearing a two-piece bathing suit.. These are both absolutely normal in pregnancy but may be accentuated by tanning.. It is also perfectly okay to go tanning in UV beds. The biggest concern may be overheating. I would not go in for the full time, in a 10 minute bed I would say maybe 7 or 8 minutes and make sure to use a lotion. (MORE)
Sixteen if your go with your guardian. And depending on the place you go its either seventeen or eighteen and older. Always bring your ID just in case, and it the place isn't too busy they might pretend your old enough and let you tan for ten minutes Im 14 now and i went tanning when i was 13 in… many places and my parents never came with me at all . i live in Canada (MORE)
Tanning indoors- usually about 5 to 7 sessions (about every other day) to build a base tan, once a week to maintain base tan.
Yes you can go tanning with ringworm. The bright UV lights damage the ringworm fungus and drys out your skin. This process of quickly drying the skin will actually help get rid of the ringworm. I would wait to apply any topical creams until after you are done tanning because they might irritate your… skin when combined with tanning lights. P.S. Don't tell the tanning business that you have ringworm because they might not let you into the beds. (You can trust this answer, I have had ringworm multiple times, it comes with being a wrestler) (MORE)
Hydrocephalus, also known as water on the brain, is a conditionwhere an abnormal amount of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) builds up inthe ventricles of the brain. This is a common secondary conditionto the neural tube defect Spina Bifida, but it can occur on it'sown, most likely from a head injury.
Not advisable - risk of skin cancer later very high through daily tanning. Alternatively keep your exposure to the sun limited to the times the sun rays are not so powerful. Briar Carwell's Edit: You can, it's not recommended. Melanogenesis is the process in which your body reacts to the sun. Du…ring UV exposure, your skin's melanin production increases as your skin's natural defense against sunburn. Melanocytes produce melanin, which after sun exposure, darkens within about 24-48 hours. You want to give your body time to reach its peak melanin production because more melanin means a darker tan. For this reason, if you are tanning, it's recommended you go every other day. If you are trying to get a great tan, gradually build it. Don't be impatient. Stay hydrated and use a great moisturizing lotion without mineral oil, alcohol, or lanolin (which are awful for a tan) because properly hydrated/moisturized skin tans about 60% better. Lastly, avoid burning/over exposure, which can inhibit your tanning process, damage your skin, and put you at risk for skin cancer. I recommend using an spf 8-15 sunblock with non-nano particle zinc oxide while outdoors. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Can_you_go_tanning_in_a_tanning_bed_if_you_are_peeling#ixzz1xIGk0FuQ (MORE)
it may be because of an allergic reaction to the lotion you are using or more commonly a heat rash. to avoid a heat rash on pressure point move around while in the bed or tan for less time also a fan can help.
Tanning is not a safe alternative to sunning. They used to say that you should get a nice healthy tan. There is really no such thing as a healthy tan. When your skin darkens it is because it is cooking. I know a lot of people that have had skin cancer and wished that they didn't go after that "healt…hy tan". If you insist on getting a tan then you should have your parents or guardians ask a tanning salon if they have an age restriction. (MORE)
It varies from tanning place to tanning place; however, most places require you to be 18 years old to tan WITHOUT parent consent. 14 is generally the youngest one can go tanning, or course, WITH parent consent.
Tanning beds expose you to UV light which has been linked to cancer. Tanning beds can also cause premature wrinkles and damage to your skin cells. If the proper tanning lotions are used you can help prevent damage to your skin. I would suggest that you find out what type of skin you have and which t…anning lotion is right for you.. If you tan in moderation and protect yourself properly you can avoid some of the potentially harmful effects. (MORE)
depends, are you a redhead? if so, you would die, but you would melt anyways
Its your personal choice but most woman infact tan naked such as myself i really dont like tan lines so i dont wear underwear or swim suits like some do. i dont im 18 bi the way
A "sun burn" is actually your body's allergic response to too much sun exposure. When you have a sun burn, you should drink plenty of water and keep your skin moisturized with a lotion that does not contain mineral oil, lanolin, or alcohol (and most do, so be sure to check your ingredients!). Tanni…ng with a sun burn can be very dangerous, and just as ineffective. Melanogenesis is the process in which your body reacts to the sun. During "normal" sun exposure, your skin's melanin production increases as your skin's natural defense against sunburn. Melanocytes produce melanin, which after sun exposure, darkens within about 24-48 hours. During a sunburn, your skin becomes irritated, and your body sends histamines to the skin's surface creating that ithcing burning sensation (like posion ivy). With excessive exposure, this histamine reaction can trigger blistering because the body sends fluid to the skin to calm the irritation. When the fluid is absorbed into the body and you haven't been well hydrated during the time you were healing, you start to peel. During this "shedding" process, your skin is new, and hasn't properly developed a defense against sun. Tanning while peeling (whether in the sun or a tanning bed) can cause additional sunburns, blistering, scarring, and even dangerous skin cancers. Your best bet is to FULLY recover from your burn... avoid UV exposure, stay hydrated, and take care of your skin! There are lots of great resources for safe tanning. The best advice is to tan smart. Gradually build a tan. Don't be impatient. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Can_you_go_tanning_in_a_tanning_bed_if_you_are_peeling#ixzz1xIGk0FuQ (MORE)
Someone who has hydrocephalus cannot give blood. I do not know why. It is just stipulated by the transfusion guidelines (google it).
no. They will turn you away just in case the blood loss somehow causes a loss of consciousness.
YES!!!!!!!!!!!! all tans are dangerous no matter how much sunscreen you put on because sun is very very very very danderous and you could get skin cancer even with spray tanning. no it's not it's actually a good alternative to real tanning.
The cost of tanning all depends on a couple of factors.. 1. The indoor tanning salon that you plan on going to. All tanning salons charge different prices for tanning minutes or usage. Most salons have days of the week that are half off or $5 for a one time tan. Check out your local salons for the …best prices. Also note that all tanning beds are different and have different levels of bulbs that effect your skin differently.. 2. The cost of the tanning lotion that you plan to use. Bronzers can cost more than accelerators because of the ingredients used in the tanning lotions.. 3. How long do you plan on tanning? If you plan on tanning on a regular basis it might be cheaper to buy a packaged plan that allows you to use tanning minutes. Buying a large bulk of minutes reduces your cost per tan. Tanning bed levels may effect the usage of your minutes as well. Higher bed levels usually spend more of your minutes or money because they are more expensive for the tanning salon to run. (MORE)
lie down on your back then 5 mins l8r flip you body so your are on your stomac Briar Carwell's edit: The previous answer is incorrect for most modern beds. It varies from salon to salon based on their equipment. Most tanning beds will be just that... beds. You will get in, pull the top down, …and lay there for the duration of your visit. There are also stand-up booths where you will stand, and in most cases, hold on to two handles or hanging loops to raise your arms to avoid tan lines down your sides. Also, every bed is different. Some beds/salons may have a button that you must push when you are ready to start. This button may be on the bed or on the wall beside it. Some places will give you a few minutes to undress, put your lotion on and get in the bed, then it will start when that timer reaches zero or you press the start button. Part of a salon consultant's job is to show you how to use the bed, so if you are unsure, just ask :) (MORE)
Self tanning lotions are NOT dangerous to your skin. The only potential hazard is believing that the layer of fake tan gives you any protection from sun rays - which it doesn't. So as long as you remember to use sufficient amounts of sun screen, there is no reason to lay off the self tan. The sel…f tanning lotions only give your skin cells a superficial layer of color, like a long lasting make-up. Despite the rumors, it has nothing to do with the pigmentation of the skin. Self tanning injections and pills on the other hand are made to boost pigmentation and may cause skin cancer. (MORE)
People who think they are too white and want to get vitamin D. People who want a tan, and don't want to use fake tan.
No, you're not suppose to get in the water after a spray tan. There's a 4 hour period where you're not allowed to get wet so that the spray tan can get into your skin.
that it creases very easy and makes you look orange, I've done it as well as many others
The best way is to wither use a hand srubbing glove with soup or you can buy these tan removers which have a more exfoliating suntance. There are some more cheaper ways to get tan off, try looking up in Google how to make your own tan remover cause I bought this homemade one and it was so good.!!
You can go tanning but you might burn easier or get a rash. I found out after going tanning on a few occassions I have broken out and then eventually gotten sun burnt and never increased my time of 10 minutes and I take Zoloft regularly. Not everyone has this reaction though so you might luck out.
Theoreticaly no, due to the fact that pentecostal women are expected to be extremely modest and do absolutely nothing to make themselves more attractive to men.
The tanning bed naturally replicates sunlight so you get the full benefits of natural Vitamin D absorption just by laying in a tanning bed instead of heading outdoors http://www.tanninzone.com/tanning-salon-davenport-blog/83-benefits-of-artificial-tanning-why-tanning-beds-are-actually-good-for-yo…u.html (MORE)
Hey there. I just do some sun bedding you don't have any white bikini marks or anything looks supa hot!!!!! Or get a deep tan oil and lay in the sun for an hour it gives u a really sexy deep brown tan.
I had a pretty extreme case of Hydrocephalus since 14 where a large tumor grew in the center of my brain and a shunt had to be placed. In later years of checking up on it the doctors found that it was shrinking and later vanished completely. So yea I'm not a doctor but it is possible.
Although minor tanning poses no threat exccesive tanning has been known to cause skin cancer, eye damage and other medical problems...so always use sunscreen
it depends if its at a beach or a booth i started tannin when i was 4 but it was at a beach i have never been tannin at a booth
yes, because you can still get the same kind of harmful rays from them that the sun caused
It depends on who you are really. Many people think booth tanning is a quick fix to their pale skin issue, when really it isn't. What booth tanning does is that it speeds up the process of a tan from the sun, therefor, if you tan from the sun, it will work beneficently for you, while on the other ha…nd, if you burn in the sun, well then you will get the same result from the booth. Keep in mind that booth tanning can put you at a high risk for skin cancer as well as the sun can. P.S. if you are pale and burn and desperately want a tan, go and get a professional spray tan, don't do it at home with lotion or other products if you don't know what you are doing because it will streak. (MORE)
If hydrocephalus is treated successfully, and there are no further complications, then having hydrocephalus will not affect life expectancy. There are always risks connected to surgery, infection being the greatest risk. I have read a lot about hydrocephalus, and have never found any statistic…s for the survival rate for people hydrocephalus. The books, and articles, give the reason that the statistics are highly varied depending on the causes, the time between the appearance and the treatment, the frequency of complications, etc. (MORE)
no he has a tan which is unusual in most boys in britain because of the competitions he competes in in hot countries
Yes its dangerous it can really damage your skin and is most likely to burn you rather than tan you
im going to find out right now ! hopefully it wont hurt it.No you cant you cant leave the house
I think that it is very dangerous. First, there are already balance issues and memory issues. Alcohol stays in the body especially if you are drinking it every evening. I don't think that you ever get really sober so that an accurate evaluation can be done. Most of the time people lie about the amou…nt of alcohol they really consume. (MORE)
One should consult a doctor first. Abilify medication guide states:Stay out of the sun. Do not wear too much or heavy clothing
A "sun burn" is actually your body's allergic response to too much sun exposure. When you have a sun burn, you should drink plenty of water and keep your skin moisturized with a lotion that does not contain mineral oil, lanolin, or alcohol (and most do, so be sure to check your ingredients!). Tann…ing with a sun burn can be very dangerous, and just as ineffective. Melanogenesis is the process in which your body reacts to the sun. During "normal" sun exposure, your skin's melanin production increases as your skin's natural defense against sunburn. Melanocytes produce melanin, which after sun exposure, darkens within about 24-48 hours. During a sunburn, your skin becomes irritated, and your body sends histamines to the skin's surface creating that ithcing burning sensation (like posion ivy). With excessive exposure, this histamine reaction can trigger blistering because the body sends fluid to the skin to calm the irritation. When the fluid id absorbed into the body, and haven't been well hydrated during the time you were healing, you start to peel. During this "shedding" process, your skin is new, and hasn't properly developed a defense against sun. Tanning while peeling can cause additional sunburns, blistering, scarring, and even dangerous skin cancers. Your best bet is to FULLY recover from your burn... avoid sun exposure, stay hydrated, and take care of your skin! There are lots of great resources for safe tanning. The best advice is to tan smart. Gradually build a tan. Don't be impatient. Keep an open dialogue with your tanning consultants, too. They are there to help and are trained to get you the best tan the safest way. (MORE)
It is best not to. You should wait until all the poison ivy is gone to help prevent any more problems.
Without sunshine in some form, either natural or simulated, you can not tan. However, you can get the appearance of a tan by using a sunless tanning option. Tanning salons often offer sunless tanning booths and there are several sunless tanning lotions and sprays available for home use. Some are des…igned as special occasion lotions, designed to last for just one day and then wash off in the shower such as Designer Skin's One Night Stand. Others are designed for longing staying, generally 3 to 5 days such as California Tan's Sunless Tanning or Ed Hardy's Mermaid Sunless Spray. Pauly D from Jersey Shore joined with Devoted Creations and released his own Instant Bronzing Spray just recently. There are countless options available to those wishing to look golden tan without sun exposure. (MORE)
With a fresh tattoo, absolutely not! You are exposing UV Rays to an open wound, which is not good if you want to stay clear of carcinoma or in some instances, melanoma. These are rare instances as you would have to tan a lot with fresh tattoos, but the danger is still there nevertheless. Even when h…ealed, you are taking the risk on yourself of fading it a lot quicker than it would fade normally. (MORE)
Home tanning beds are dangerous for children because small children are able to press buttons from 2 months on, therefore they could press the start button and climb in and could get burnt, etc. They could also be dangerous because the lid could close on them if they were trying to climb in.
Depends on when you go the tattoo. It takes 6 months for a tattoo to heal believe it or not, and within that healing period DO NOT TAN! It is really bad for the tattoo. It could cause fading, ghosting and color leaks. After your tattoo is all healed just double check with a tattoo artist to make sur…e its all healed, healing times vary by how well your skin accepts the ink. Then you can go tanning, but I suggest you use a special tanning lotion to help prevent fading of the tattoo. If you want your tattoo be remain vibrant longer I suggest you don't go tanning at all. (MORE)
Hydrocephalus means "water on the brain." Its is an excess accumulation of cerebral spinal fluid in the cavities of the brain and can cause increased intracranial pressure.
Home tanning beds usually have 12 to 28 100 watt lamps while tanning shops will use 24 to 60 100 to 200 watts. Although in shops the wattage is higher, you will supervised by a trained professional.
Dangers of tanning at the beach include getting sunburned, developing melanoma, uneven tan lines and getting salt water on your sunburn which will sting like crazy.
Using tanning beds is no safer than getting a tan in the sun. The sun emits UVA and UVB rays where as the tanning bed only uses UVA. Both are damaging to your skin and run a high risk of causing skin cancer with repeated tans. You can still get a sunburn using a tanning bed. Plus, your eyes are …at a higher risk of developing cataracts and corneal burns. (MORE)
Sun tanning allows the skin to absorb UV rays from the sun. These UV rays tan the skin by increasing melanin production in the skin cells. This elevated speed of production GREATLY increases the risk for mutation of the skin cells, especially when the skin is burned. These mutations cause skin ca…ncer. (MORE)
Greys and tans are basically neutral colours, and tend more commonly to be softer, more subtle colours. Both the greys and the tans make wonderful accompaniment to bolder, richer colours. When combine in a single space greys and tans create a soothing and calming atmosphere. I would recommend you …pay close attention to the undertones of both your greys and tans as not all of them go with all of the others. (MORE)