Man says he’s ‘supercharged for the week’ after 15 mins of ‘butthole sunning’

A yoga enthusiast has said he feels "supercharged" for his week thanks to completing "15 minutes of butthole sunning".

The man took to Facebook to share his unique sun-soaked practice on his page Brian Coones Yoga and Adventures.

He shared a snap of himself totally starkers with his legs open wide as he lapped up the rays amongst his nether regions.

Brian, who has 67,000 followers on Facebook, seemed to be enjoying himself during the sun sesh as he lay back with his eyes closed peacefully.

Captioning the post, he wrote: "I did 15 minutes of butthole sunning yesterday and feel supercharged for my week.

"I didn’t even need coffee this morning, I woke up bright and early with the sunrise ready for my day."

He the encouraged his followers to trying the alternative sunbathing technique themselves.

Brian continued: "Don’t take my word for it, just try it yourself so you can receive and feel the beneficial power of the sun through your anus."

The yoga expert said that the anus "is considered the 'Fourth Eye' and it’s directly connected to your “Third Eye” and pineal gland".

He added: "Absorbing sunlight through your anus is a great way to recharge your whole system.

"For many people in the world their anus is the seat of their consciousness and their consciousness needs brightening, what better way to brighten your mood by getting light to the darkest area of your body; if more people received nourishing light particles through their anus I believe there would be far less a******s in the world."

The post was from October last year, but has recently gone viral on Facebook again after racking up 38,000 likes and 167,000 comments.

One Facebook user exclaimed: "This might just be what I’m missing in life, might have to try this."

As another quipped: "Some people think the sun shines out of their a*****e, this guy wants it to shine in!!!!!"

A third chimed in: "If anyone sees me doing this mind your own business."

While a fourth joked: "Thank God the photo is taken from the side!!!!"

Brian share another photo of him 'butthole sunning' earlier this month too on Facebook and his Instagram page after what he called a "draining and stressful" few weeks.

For those who wanted to try it though, he recommended putting some suncream on your rear so that it doesn't get burnt.

Despite Brian's love for the practice, doctors warned against it back in 2019 as it "increases skin cancer risk".

This came after a woman previously shared her love for “bum sunning” online.

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Dr Jennifer Gunter, a gynaecologist based in the US, said that exposing your nether regions could increase chances of skin cancer.

She warned: "I feel confident when I say the anus and perineum have no special sunlight concentrating abilities. You can get melanoma on the vulva and sunburns there are very painful.”

Shamir Patel, founder of Chemist 4 U, also added: “Vitamin D is essential for our bodies, promoting healthy bones, teeth and muscles. But there are far easier ways to get a dose of Vitamin D than exposing your perineum to sunlight.

“While the healer is only promoting 30 seconds of irregular sun exposure, a sustained period of doing so, could lead to long-term sun damage.

“There are no studies or research to suggest that it works, so it really has no benefit, either. I would suggest that going on a long walk in the sun is much more beneficial, and if you’re in need of a boost, then taking a supplement is much more practical than perineum sunning.”

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