Despite not being scientifically proven, it appears that a large number of people report, with the arrival of Spring, symptoms such as general tiredness, decreased appetite, decreased energy levels, lack of memory and concentration, lack of vigor and even loss of libido.

Spring asthenia (also called spring fatigue) may be associated with a set of physiological symptoms, mirrored by the climatic changes that spring brings.

Exposure to stress, poor nutritional choices, refusal to practice physical exercise and regular lack of restful sleep also aggravate all the symptoms.

All these symptoms can be associated with the need to adapt to various climate changes, such as luminosity, humidity, temperature and atmospheric pressure.

Also, the time change that we suffer in spring can impact our circadian rhythm and other biological rhythms.

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