Well it’s Winter, It’s cold , It’s dark and It’s a little chilly wherever you are.
Now this is the time of year we like to sleep in our nice warm beds and not get up at the crack of dawn or go home after a big day and get in our trackies and ugg boots…But What about our training that we work hard all year round to achieve?
What about all those goals you have?!
Ever wondered why most people are happier in Spring and Summer?
A sunny day may do more than just boost your mood — it may increase levels of a natural antidepressant in the brain. There is a study shows that the brain produces more of the mood-lifting chemical serotonin on sunny days than on darker days.
Researchers say the findings provide more evidence that lack of sunlight and reduced serotonin levels are important in the development of seasonal affective disorder (SAD).