How to limit the effects of seasonal fatigue?

Autumn is slowly setting in, and it's not just the leaves that are falling. For some, this change of season is accompanied by seasonal fatigue, a A decrease in morale, loss of energy and vitality. 

Lower temperatures, lack of light and less sunlight are responsible for this phenomenon. However, seasonal fatigue is not inevitable and it is possible to overcome it.

If you are wondering How to fight seasonal fatigue, here are 3 tips that should help you regain energy! Read this article!

Against seasonal fatigue: get some fresh air 

Don't stay inside. This is important!

How to limit the effects of seasonal fatigue?

With the development of teleworking or office hours, we can spend long hours indoors without knowing what is going on outside.

Don't hesitate to take breaks and go for a walk outside. This will help you freeing the mind, which is great for morale. Movement is also excellent for stimulation and stress relief.
A short walk around the block will expose you to outside light, even if it is weaker in autumn.

Exposure to the sun produces vitamin DThis is essential for our good health. In addition, sunlight acts on an area of the brain called the hypothalamus. It is in this area that serotonin, also known as the "happiness hormone", is secreted. Exposure to light is ideal for his morale and well-being.

Don't hesitate to go for a longer walk at the weekend to keep fit and take your mind off things: a walk in the forest, a trip to the countryside, a one-hour walk in a park in your town or a walk instead of taking public transport...

Against seasonal fatigue: sleep well to eradicate fatigue

It's obvious, but to stop being tired, we need to rest, to sleep. But the quality of our sleep can be affected by our lifestyles: blue light from screens before going to bed, sedentary lifestyle...
The circadian rhythm (our internal clock) is synchronised with our external environment for alternating light/dark and sleep/wake.

Decreased light levels disrupt this rhythm and affect the production of melatonin, the sleep hormone.

It is therefore necessary to get some fresh air and exposure to light often, as we explained earlier. Exercise promotes "good fatigue" and therefore sleep. But also make the effort to "let go" in the evening.

How to limit the effects of seasonal fatigue?

This is a habit that may be a little difficult to get into at first but stay away from screens for at least 20 minutes before going to bed. Indeed, screens keep us in an intellectual excitement that is not conducive to sleep. And their blue light takes us away from the sleep function of our internal clock. This is because it blocks the production of melatonin, the sleep hormone.

In short, get some fresh air! Get some exercise! Cut out the screens, meditate or read with an herbal tea to get a better night's sleep.

Against seasonal fatigue: Carry out a Skeen Patch cure to limit the effects of fatigue

Fatigue has visible effects on our skin: dark circles, dull complexion, sagging skin...

Microcurrent technology works wonders on all these phenomena. Indeed, it treats the cells of our body which allows the regeneration of the subcutaneous tissue. Under the action of the microcurrent, the cells are stimulated and regenerated. 

From the very first use of the Skeen Patch device, you will see that dark circles fade, your complexion becomes more radiant and the oval of your face becomes sharper. 

How to reduce the effects of seasonal fatigue?

Cell regeneration is at its peak at night, use Skeen Patch in the evening, before going to sleep.

Place the electrodes on your face and use this time to meditate, read or drink your herbal tea, before falling asleep peacefully.

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