Russian doctors told how to fight the winter Blues

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Specialists of the research center of cardiology, Ministry of health said that happens to the body in the cold season, and gave advice on what to eat and what to do to overcome the winter Blues.

Numerous studies of Northern peoples showed that with the onset of cold weather, the human body under serious stress. The main cause of the spleen lies in the physiology reduces the production of serotonin, which is also known as the “happiness hormone”. The decrease in the concentration of this protein in the blood leads to lowered mood, sleepiness and even the emergence of melancholy and depression. In addition, if a person suddenly becomes too irritable, gets tired quickly and is constantly nodding – this, too, suggests that of serotonin in the body enough.

Cardiologist, National research center of cardiology, Ministry of health of the Russian Federation Nana Pogosova explains that in the winter, Russians often suffer from SARS, the flu and other seasonal diseases. Blame the lack of a vitamin. For example, due to the reduction of daylight in winter, many adults and children there is a deficiency of vitamin D. talking About this dull and brittle hair, splitting nails and bad skin.

– Everything else some Russians in the cold days still abusing alcohol, but this only adds to depression, explains the cardiologist.

How can you avoid these problems and feel more energetic?

Doctors recommend in the winter to go to food “animal style” – eat more proteins and fats which provide energy. It is important to remember that with this diet you need to be active, otherwise there is a risk of extra pounds, and there to obesity far.

The Northmen of Scandinavia are struggling with depression baths and saunas. The Russians will also be useful regularly to get warm and sweating, especially the inhabitants of Siberia. Will help to be in shape and sport, so stand up in skiing, skating, Jogging.

– If you noticed the symptoms of low mood and health during winter months, look for an additional source of joy, – said Yuriy Zinchenko, the expert of the League of nation’s health. – Activities that bring pleasure, help the body to restore the supply of serotonin. Attend more interesting events, move more, communicate with nice and positive people.

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Russian doctors told how to fight the winter Blues

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