In winter, the temperature outside drops dramatically, and with it, our body temperature also becomes lower. Apathy and drowsiness appear, mood worsens. It's all about the special structure of our body. When the temperature drops, the level of serotonin, which is responsible for a good mood, decreases. Our body begins to spend all resources on warming up and maintaining a normal temperature, but we often forget about our mood. And in vain, keeping yourself in high spirits will help you better endure any frosts.
The first thing you need to do in order to easily and naturally spend the winter and not be afraid of cold weather and bad mood is there. Correct and timely nutrition will reduce the nervousness of the body. When planning any diet in winter, do not forget about the cold. The body needs the right foods to keep it warm. It is quite normal for your body to crave sweet hot tea or chocolate during the cold season. The energy consumption of the body increases, so that carbohydrates can be consumed in reasonable portions and this will not affect the figure in any way.
Remember to dress properly. Choose layered clothing and thermal underwear when going out for a long time. Do not neglect warm clothes at home, especially if you do not have warm floors. Wear cotton socks and T-shirts under your main clothing. If you are not allergic to wool, wear woolen clothes, they keep you warm in winter. Remember to button up your jackets and put on your mittens before going out to help keep you warm.
Strengthen your muscles. Muscle tissue is permeated with a large number of blood vessels, the more muscle tissue you have, the stronger the blood supply to the body. Adipose tissue, contrary to some stereotypes, does not protect from cold weather. Active winter activities in the open air will help, not only to warm up well, but fats in the body will begin to break down faster, and, therefore, the process of losing weight in winter is more productive. Therefore, athletic and slender people are less likely to suffer from the cold in winter.