How do winter and Snow affect our Emotions and Feelings?

In the past, experts have said that cold causes nervous tension in people because the lack of sunlight and freezing temperatures make human feelings insecure, which can lead to a disorder. This is called seasonal affective disorder. However, modern studies deny this and cite Christmas and snowfall scenes. Let's see what ancient science says in this regard.

In winter, especially when it is snowing, you find yourself feeling a little sluggish and lazy, which is what psychologists call a lack of sunlight, in other words, a seed. Seed depression is a type of depression that is related to climate change that begins and ends with the onset of cold weather. Symptoms usually begin in the fall and increase with the onset of winter, leading to depression.

Experts say that a small amount of sunlight has a negative effect on the functions of our body. If a person is not exposed to sunlight, the level of serotonin cannot be maintained. Serotonin is actually a neurotransmitter that controls our mood, and especially depression and other emotions. However, new research in this regard has also made interesting revelations.

Many researchers say that mental activity reaches its lowest level in winter, but its performance and response remain the same throughout the year. This means that these feelings of laziness are not necessarily a sign of depression. But just as the tortoise hides itself in the skin in times of fear, but continues its other functions.

In winter, the mind is slow but effective

We can understand the difference between over-active and calm behavior by understanding the changes in our brain and how the process of low activity and over-activity continues in winter. Expend energy. If the results are the same, why do we need to expend more energy to achieve the goals? This is actually the philosophy behind the lack of mental activity in winter. For this you can compare an experienced lawyer or a tennis player with a junior lawyer or a new player to understand the low activity of brain activity in winter.

An experienced lawyer listens to his client quietly and methodically while a new lawyer repeatedly interrupts his client and tells him about his skills. It is clear that clients often prefer experienced legal experts because they can talk to them more confidently and comfortably than a junior lawyer. A 1990 study in Norway, a city in Norway, found that brains living in warmer climates performed better than people in temperate temperatures 180 miles north of the equator. Can answer the test.

Overall, while many people are affected by the seed, the performance of the mind increases in winter.

Does snowfall affect women in different ways?

Another study a few years ago found that cold and snowfall have a significant effect on women and their cerebral choices. According to the study, women like to wear red and pink clothes in cold weather. A 2013 study and a similar 2014 study found similar results in women's clothing choices. The same study was republished in 2014. However, the same effect was seen in the summer. So basically red and pink are sex symbols.

Highlighting the beauty of nature

Cold and snow highlight the forgotten aspects of modern times, that is, the sense of natural beauty. Summer is green everywhere and this heat evokes the beauty of nature. However, this beauty cannot be felt in big cities like Turkey and Istanbul which are surrounded by tall buildings. However, when winter brings snowfall, as recently seen in Istanbul, how nature can transform itself into a new form and conquer everything and enchant children and the elderly.

Elderly people get lost in their past while playing with children in this snow. They make snowmen and fight with snowballs. By reconnecting with their past, they rekindle their emotions. While this process also heals the emotional wounds and soothes them.

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