The end of winter and the beginning of spring can be a little stressful for the body; a breakdown, chronic fatigue, which can provoke depression. To cope with it, it is unnecessary to run to the pharmacy for antidepressants; it will be enough to add the right foods to your diet. You need to choose foods that contain serotonin, or the hormone of happiness, as it is also called.
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Fatty sea fish
It contains a large amount of tryptophan. Also, B vitamins and Omega-3 fatty acids will support the body in the off-season.
They are able not only to improve mood but also to normalize blood sugar levels. They need to be consumed no more than 100g per day in boiled form.
A bright and healthy vegetable will compensate for the deficiency of vitamins and minerals, and its bright color, according to psychologists, will be an excellent prevention of depression.
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Peas and beans
Foods rich in B vitamins will help to cope with the main signs of onset depression – fatigue, irritability, and insomnia.
This spice will help the nervous system relax and relieve stress, preventing chronic fatigue. You can add nuts to milk and meat products that go well with it.
This spice has a warming effect and is indispensable in the cold season, especially after long walks in the park.
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Sources: Today Lifestyle