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Neurosis - a disease of modern society: how to save the nervous system
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Consequences of lack of sun: how to defeat depression and strengthen the immune system

Finally, sunny days have come, but many of us still feel lethargic, irritated, and “do not crawl out” of colds. The past winter was long and the lack of sunlight makes itself felt, because changes in the production of hormones, changes in mood and deterioration of health directly depend on the degree of illumination. In addition, the short light day and the deficiency of the sun disrupted the normal production of vitamin D, which is synthesized by our body under the influence of ultraviolet radiation (sunlight) and is responsible for regulating growth, helps hormone production, etc. It would seem – what is the problem, you just need to go to the sun more often, some will say. But this should be done correctly, and not everyone has the opportunity to spend a lot of time on the street. And not always just walking under the sun is enough to overcome depression.
If the sun is not happy: how to overcome depression and apathy
Deficiency of the sun reduces the protective functions of not only the immune, but also the nervous system, so it is more difficult for people to cope with emotional stress and stress. If a person has developed a long-term traumatic situation, then one good weather is not enough to get out of depression and apathy. Therefore, it’s time to take advantage of sunny days, the support of friends and loved ones is important here.

More walks in the fresh air, outdoor activities, positive impressions. It is also important to eat fully, try to finally quit smoking, if you smoke and instead of alcohol find a passion (preferably active – dancing, swimming, yoga, martial arts), to fight stress. If sleep and appetite are disturbed, you notice that apathy has been delayed, despite the good weather, you should consult a neurologist and / or a psychologist. The doctor will advise physiotherapy, massage, vitamin complexes, phytopreparations, etc.
Looking for vitamin D: how not to undermine the immune system even more
Long-term lack of sunlight causes a number of health problems, affecting the work of the heart and blood vessels, endocrine, nervous, reproductive systems, and of course on the immune system. Also, the deficiency of the sun causes depression and apathy, violates the natural biorhythms, the production of vitamin D, as already mentioned. As a result, we notice and external manifestations – the condition of the skin, hair, nails is deteriorating. To get the daily intake of vitamin D, 20 minutes is enough under the bright sun. But first, do not forget that even the spring sun can be dangerous for the skin (especially weakened, pale and dry after the influence of winter).

Therefore, use sunglasses, skin protection with UV protection, especially this fact is important for people with fair skin. Also remember that the air and the earth are not heated enough, and in the evenings it is rather cool. Therefore, do not rush to sit on the cold ground, going on a picnic, take warm clothes with you and avoid drafts. Strengthen the immune system and replenish vitamin D reserves in the body will help a number of products that should be included in the diet.
Where to look for the hormone of happiness – serotonin
The long-term lack of sun has also affected serotonin deficiency, the “hormone of happiness,” which helps us relax, relieves stress, and gives a feeling of joy and pleasure. So far the weather is not sunny everywhere, according to forecasts rain is expected, some amino-rich foods (especially tryptophan, which contribute to the production of serotonin) will help stimulate the production of the hormone of happiness:body will help , turkey, nuts, cheese, liver.

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