SPRING AFFECTS OUR EMOTIONS

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The gradual increase in hours of sunlight causes our brain to segregate more Serotonin, a neurotransmitter associated to positive moods and attitudes. In addition, sunlight has a regulating effect on our brains through a hormone called Melatonin. As the days lengthen, we feel more energetic and more encouragement to do a greater number of activities and need fewer hours of sleep to feel rested.

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