Just like every kid loves summer because of summer holidays, adults also love summer because of the benefits it brings to them. The warm sunny days are not only good for your physical health but also for your mental health. Here is why summer can be good for your body and mind:
Season of Fruit and Vegetables
If you are health conscious and love to eat organic food, then the summer season is for you. Fruit and vegetables are great for health, and it is essential to add them to our diet. In this season there is a great variety of different fruit and vegetables that is hard to find in winters. You can find fresh bell pepper, zucchini, cucumber, radishes, corn, carrots, and sweet potatoes.
Make different kinds of food and salads with your favorite vegetables and lose those pounds.
Organic fruit such as plums, strawberries, lychees, tomatoes, lemons, cherries, nectarines, pears, peaches, apricots, melons, and mangoes at their peak. Ditch your favorite dessert and eat your favorite fruit this summer.
Season of Vacations
Summer is the best season to go for a vacation. We are not saying this because you don’t have to worry about either your school or your kid’s school, the main reason is that you will be able to visit a lot of places that you can’t visit when they are covered in snow. You can do amazing things like hike, watch the sunset on a beach or have a great day in a park. Research shows that taking a break from everyday life is great for a healthy mind. Going on a vacation will boost up your mood, improve focus and reduce depression and stress, so pay a visit to your favorite country this summer.
Season of Good Mood and Better Sleep
Yes, summer is the season of good mood and better sleep. Insomnia can be cured by simply basking in the sun. Health experts recommend exposure to sunlight between 7 am to 9 am each morning as the sunlight helps the body’s biological clock to reset itself. Sunlight also makes us feel good, it helps to improve our mood and make us feel energetic.
Many people suffer from SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) during the winter months because of long dark nights. The reduced level of sunlight causes depression and disrupts the body’s internal biological clock. Thus, it is quite important to spend some time in the sun.
Staying outdoor in the sun has a lot of physical and mental benefits. Such as staying in sun for only 10 minutes is enough to receive a daily dose of Vitamin D while staying under the sun for 30 minutes could reduce the risk of depression and high blood pressure.
Season to Stay Outdoor
If you are one of those people who love to go to parks, beaches, or hiking then the summer season must be your favorite season. Staying indoors all the time in winter is quite challenging for everyone and hence when summer comes it feels like life is back. You can enjoy outdoor activities like jogging, sunbathing and have a picnic in the park. This season is also a favorite of fashion fanatics who can enjoy wearing short and lovely dresses in the streets.
Is summer also your favorite season? If yes, then tell us what you love about the summer season in the comments below.