December everywhere demonstrated its loyalty to heat and the rejection of frost - almost throughout the month almost throughout the country was under an unusual sign plus in relation to the temperature regime. So why in this, almost "spring", December, many people feel much worse than when it's frosty for such an era?
How not to stick into such a warm winter weather and wait for real frost and snow weather without harm to health?
Rain and gloom cause many people's psychological depression, lethargy, headaches and insane drowsiness. The reason for this is not warm for December, which our internal calendar is not configured, and the high humidity of the air through rains and slush. As the practice from such natural disasters shows, even more often suffer from the beginning of healthy people, in comparison with chronic hypertonics and cores.
Indeed, in chronic diseases, deterioration of health causes weather variations - especially a sharp drop in the cold, but the non-standard, warm weather is transmitted by cores without exacerbations. Poor feeling can be in people with bronchial asthma and joint diseases. And in this case, the blame for all humidity and the reduction of oxygen in the air.
Also, a short, light day operates depressingly - at the same time, the production of melatonin decreases, which is responsible for a good sleep at night and activity during the day.
To make it all easy and easy, you need to:
- Given that our body is very sensitive to odors, it can be improved with the help of aromas of lemon, mandarin, grapefruit.
- Physical loads must be, but dosed. At this time of year, minimize the "iron" and give preference to fitness, aerobics, yoga and dancing, which give a load on different muscle groups. Another great lesson in the winter season is swimming.
- Make a major focus on vitamins and enhance overall tone. Let your diet contain as many B vitamins as possible - they are the carriers of oxygen from the blood to the tissues of the internal organs. Look for vitamins of the B group in tomatoes, carrots, cabbage, beef liver, sprouted wheat, oats, peas, oranges, green peas, apples, and beets.