10 Dec 2011

How to survive a Swedish winter – No. 4

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It’s no secret that the body needs daylight to function. It helps us produce serotonin which keeps us awake and it helps the body produce vitamin D which we need to function in general. So when the days get shorter and it’s dark when you leave for work/school in the morning and dark when you go home, any daylight you can soak up is important. So even if you only have 5-10 minutes during your lunch break you should try to go outside.


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2 Responses to “How to survive a Swedish winter – No. 4”

  1. Reply Mamma says:

    Forskarna har talat. Bara att lyda.Vår käre vän akupunktören har påpekat vikten av detta många gånger. Gör du det då?

  2. Reply Anna - Swaussie says:

    Ja, jag har ju Pollux med på jobbet och han måste ju ut.

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