Sunday, February 18, 2007

In a Bad Mood?

Fun in the Sun

Getting outside on your lunch hour could help keep winter blues away. Whether you walk to the store, have lunch on a heated balcony, or simply walk around the outside of your office building a few times, spending your lunchtime outdoors could help boost your mood. Research suggests that blood levels of mood-boosting serotonin may increase with increased exposure to sunlight.

1 comment:

Craig said...

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