AUSTRALIA: In the era of the epidemic, we were left homeless, but in the United States and Europe, we still don’t get out of the house, especially because of the style of living. Now a study of millions of people has found that going out for a walk, exercising, enjoying the sun and the wind can have many medical and psychological benefits.
Sean Cain, a psychologist at Monash University in Australia, says daylight has its benefits and nighttime (artificial) light should be avoided. According to him, artificial light affects sleep routines and the internal body clock.
In this regard, they have taken the data of four lakh men from the British Biobank. They collected extensive information, including eating, sleeping, exercising, and going out. Then he was asked about health and diseases. People were asked if they spent some time outside in summer and winter.
The British adult said he spends two and a half hours a day in daylight. People who wake up very early in the morning say that they spend more time in the sun and daylight than those who wake up at night.
In short, living in natural light, sun and air is very beneficial. It promotes good sleep, improves mood and reduces depression. When you wake up late, the duration of the night increases. In its artificial light, melatonin affects the hormone and the growth of the hormone is halved. It affects sleep and mood.
Experts believe that extending an hour of exposure to natural light reduces the risk of depression throughout life and increases happiness. It improves mood and deep sleep. But the condition is that sunbathing and ventilation should be made a regular routine.