Although spring brings with it the increase in temperature and beautiful sunny days, you may experience weakness and drowsiness as well as a sudden bad mood.
A survey by Eurodap (European Association for Panic Attack Disorders) of AdnKronos Health on the "spring effect" showed that 74% felt physically and mentally unbalanced; 69% just changed some food with the new season; 78% can not take their time and explain that the quality of their sleep has deteriorated.
" These numbers are alarming, especially with the arrival of spring it is very important to find the right energies that are more self-sufficient, and there is a very close link between the climatic and the atmospheric conditions Daylight is generally euphoric and antidepressant, revitalizing all the senses, making you feel happier, less stressed and more open to the world and others, but it is not for everyone laying the carpet "says psychologist Eleonora Iacobelli, vice president of Eurodap and head coach of the Bioequilibrium Center. " Drowsiness, weakness, lack of concentration and tendency to social avoidance are just a few of the hallmarks of so-called seasonal depression, as the days get longer and our brain and body need more energy, and in the body, the production of cortisol increases Hormone that has an exciting effect on the nervous system, but if our body is particularly tired, it will not stand up to this over-stimulation and show discomfort, and the difficulties may be of a psychological nature, if the future is positive, for example "
" The first thing to do is to expose yourself as much as possible to the light of day in order to get used to the body Sunlight also contributes to the production of melatonin, a Hormone that boosts energy and mood, so do not forget to spend moments of relaxation during the day make ". Let your body rest for 6-8 hours a night: It is important to eliminate the tensions that accumulate on that day and wake up radiantly and rested.The environment in which you sleep should be significantly different from In the rest of your life at home, to reconcile sleep, it's a good technique to stand on your back and count backwards, to accompany everything with breathing, or you can look forward to a positive event in your life When you wake up, use diaphragmatic breathing (abdominal muscle): recent research has shown how various neurons at the base of the brain stem are sensitive to respiration. Proper breathing can therefore be used as a natural tranquilizer, so put yourself in a quiet place and breathe in slowly from the nose without blowing up your chest Lower your shoulders, feel the air that enters your body and breathe out of your mouth. A deep and controlled breath is a healthy breath. In order to better balance the two halves of the brain, it might be useful to touch the fingers of both hands from the little finger to the thumb and number the various passages . "