Behind my house "Cat Jump Park"

Behind my house "Cat Jump Park"
Behind my house "Cat Jump Park"

Thursday, July 24, 2014


You know, you are more likely to catch cold in winter, but how else is your heath affected in CHILLY weather.

Here are 9 Winter facts you probably are not aware of.

(1) Internet searches for mental problems increase by 11 %. Interaction with others are important for mental health We also eat less heathily and are exposed to less natural light and have less vitamin D.

(2) You can exercise for 40 % longer in winter than summer.
The reason? it's easier to work out in cooler temperature than hotter ones.Your sessions use up that entra energy.

(3) Two thirds of light bulbs could trigger sore winter eyes.
Dark nights mean we spend more time living in artifcial light, therefore, it leads to eye strain and fatigue nbspto avoid this risk buy brightest bulbs you can and don't just rely on ceiling fixtures
to light the room.

(4) 38 % of migraine sufferers get winter migraine while you can't avoid the weather,migraines normally hit when you reach a thres hold caused by a build & nbsp   up of triggers.

(5) Below 18 degrees celsius (64.4 degrees fahrenheit) the becareful point for your heart.
When the indoor temperature drops below this is Australia the death rate goes up-particulaly in regard to nbsp;     heart problems.

(6) By the end of winter 58 % of the population of USA are deficient in Vitamin D.

(7) More people die in winter than summer.
About 376 people die in Australia every day in summer. but in winter that increases to about 432.
The reason, says the Australian institute for Health and welfare, is that diseases that affect the vulnerable like pneumonia and influenza are more preventable in Winter.

(8) You have about a third less fat-fighting bacteria in your system now. It's becoming increasingly clear that nbsp;gut bacteria play a role in balancing weight.

(9) 61 % of those who were hospitalised in the US last flu season, were aged between 18 and 64.
Why does this matter? because while we can't always know exactly which influenza strain will dominate in Australia.