Suggestions for controlling mood change in changing seasons

واحد آموزش
2017-12-30
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We all love the changes, like changing the seasons, which begins with the end of the winter season, the spring season, and we feel the joy and joy

This joy and joy among the living things of the universe is being spread and shared from the plants that are alive and green to be transmitted to us humans. These positive changes in the human body and its creativity are also effective, which affects more people’s emotions and emotions

A series of disorders, which occur with seasonal changes, are seasonal impulsivity or seasonal depression, which generally begins in the fall and winter with decreasing daylight and sunlight and decreases as the spring enters. One of the reasons for this is the hormonal changes in the body (melatonin, which is related to sleep, which decreases with increasing daylight and light secretion in the spring, and reduces the amount of sleep, and serotonin: which also increases with the onset of the spring, secretion It helps to reduce symptoms of depression), changes in the length of the day and the intensity of light, the increase in energy levels in the body. By reducing the amount of depression with symptoms such as: reducing sleep time, increasing energy levels, motivating and rejuvenating, reducing stress and anxiety, sometimes increasing concentration and increasing psychosocial processes, and so on

This promise is a promising message to families and especially those with autism who during this time their child’s energy level is higher and they can accelerate the process of medical intervention by being more involved in nature and natural light and performing group games. The following program is also suggested to help you keep your energy level high and improve the effectiveness of your therapeutic interventions, control your stress and anxiety symptoms, and have happy moments ahead

Regular daily sports
Going out and strolling daily, eating lunch in the parks and
Source: Quarterly of Autism, Special edition of Nowruz, April 1997