Why the Sun Makes Us Happy?

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Some of us prefer to be wild at night, while others play it safe during the day. These preferences define your lifestyle. But what if you are not getting enough sunlight?

There are a lot of sunny days throughout the year.

Of curse, there is more sun during the summer, yet you can also get sunburned during the winter. Seasons matter.

Find a Spot

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Weather is so common topic that we tend to forget its meaning often. At least I do. My understanding of it is based on the power and energy that light gives us.

I am not talking about solar gazing, which is fascinating. We are constantly absorbing the light before us, and it influences us a lot.

How do I know that?

My traveling led me to the Czech Republic, which has only an hour difference with my home country, Bulgaria. One hour of sunlight appears to be a big difference. We don’t even talk about the total lack of it. It will be a completely different feeling for you.

Why People Still Complain about the Weather?

Because we all love the light and sometimes we don’t get enough of it. Of curse, we all want to feel warm. Warmth is a symbol of security of peace and pleasure.

Leave all the rest here, the sun is making us happy!

Not heat, not summer.  Summer is a dreamland for more carefree vibes shared with friends and family. It is impressive, genuinely magical in those given moments of peace and pleasure. But does that mean that we need to be sad for the rest of the year? The way look at this is that if the light so strongly influences me I will find it whenever it is.

Dont be a slave of time, the light moves in its own pace. Be smart enough to catch it.

You know it’s the winter that makes you appreciate it.

I love winter. When it is warm at home and cold outside. And that polarity is making me feel alive. You experience life in its raw form.

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Thanks to our resourceful mother nature. But we tend to forget to get more sun during the cold season. It’s harder to get up earlier, and what happens it that we witness only a few hours of daylight. significantly insufficient.

Light is “Vitamin D“, but not every light. But sunlight. It is so crucial for ourselves that its absence can make us sad and lazy. It is vital for our immune system, it also helps fighting diseases and losing weight. While sunlight is vital to get vitamin D, some people can’t get enough by it alone.

  1. Another source of it to consider are foods high on vitamin D :

Salmon, herring, sardines, mushrooms, canned tuna, whole eggs, and shrimp.

2. Also some fortified foods like milk, cereal, yogurt, and orange juice.

And when the sun rises again go out to greet it.

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