Jasmine Harman screams in swimsuit as A Place in the Sun star tries cold water therapy – see video

The presenter took a dip in the sea in Spain

A Place in the Sun presenter Jasmine Harman took to Instagram to share a video of herself swimming in the freezing cold sea.

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The star, who is currently shooting in Spain, filmed herself walking down the beach, before stripping off into her swimsuit and plunging into the sea. "I finished work, it's still nice and sunny, we've had lovely weather, so I'm considering going for a dip," she said.

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WATCH: Jasmine Harman tries cold water therapy in red swimsuit

"I'm psyching myself up for this," Jasmine said as she strolled towards the water. "I'm doing it!"

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The presenter gasped as the cold water hit her, before she said: "I'm not sure this is a good idea."

Jasmine shrieked as the waves washed over her, before exclaiming: "I think the trick has got to be, just get in and stop messing around."

Jasmine Harman is currently soaking up the sun on set in Spain

She counted down from three before ducking her shoulders under and gasping: "I'm in! Oh God, it's cold."

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Jasmine quickly acclimatised, saying: "Once you're in it's actually fine. What was all the palaver about? It's actually quite nice."

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She captioned the post: "Cold water therapy anyone? I thought I'd give it a try! To be fair it was not as cold as an ice bath, but still pretty cold! Would you brave it?"

The star's followers were quick to heap praise on her bravery, writing: "Well done Jasmine!" and "Good for you! It does wonders for the body and soul."

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The benefits of cold water therapy include eased anxiety, plus it can improve circulation, reduce water retention and even regulate blood pressure, as it improves the responsiveness of blood vessels.

Exposure to cold water can also help support our immunity, because it increases the supply of powerful antioxidant glutathione, which is important in our immune response.

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