Prevention of mental burnout and sub-health spring sleepiness

With the arrival of spring, many people have sub-health symptoms of mental fatigue. Office workers or students are always prone to sub-health spring sleepiness at work or in class, which is what we often call sub-health spring sleepiness. The sub-health spring sleepiness is a reaction to the physiological changes brought about by the seasonal exchange.

After entering spring, with the rise of temperature, the pores, sweat glands and blood vessels of people’s bodies begin to dilate, and the blood circulation of the skin is also vigorous. In this way, the blood supply to the brain will be relatively reduced. As the weather warms, the metabolism is gradually vigorous, and the oxygen consumption is constantly increasing, the oxygen supply to the brain is bound to be insufficient. Coupled with the benign stimulation of warm temperature, the brain is inhibited. Therefore, people will feel sleepy and want to sleep, and always feel that they do not have enough sleep.

For example, recently, Xiao Wang, who works in the office building, is always listless and yawns all the time. In particular, as soon as he arrived at the office in the morning, Xiao Wang yawned one after another and even took a nap on his desk. His colleagues asked him with a smile, “what did you do at night, so tired?”? Xiao Wang replied with one of the most popular words at present: “my brother is not yawning, but spring sleepiness.” With the arrival of spring, many colleagues and friends are sleepy and listless in spring to varying degrees.

Reason: Spring sleepiness is also a sub-health signal. Why do people feel sleepy in spring? Experts believe that spring sleepiness is a physiological phenomenon in which the physiological functions of the human body are adjusted according to the changes of natural seasons. In winter, in order to prevent heat dissipation, the skin and micro blood vessels are in a state of tension and contraction.

Maintain the physiological constant temperature of the body and increase the excitation information of the central nervous system, so that the human brain is relatively awake. In spring, the temperature is moderate, the skin and microtubules are in a relaxed state, the blood supply on the body surface increases, and the blood flowing into the brain decreases accordingly, so that the phenomenon of “spring sleepiness” appears.

Experts say that people often feel like sleeping in spring is not a serious disease, but serious “spring sleepiness” can not be ignored. Because sometimes “spring sleepiness” is also an alarm signal that the body is in a sub-health state. For example, in many cases, severe spring sleepiness is a precursor to depression and anxiety.

Physical diseases such as diabetes and hypertension are often related to emotional changes. In addition, “spring sleepiness” to some extent also conveys that the body has bad “signals” such as lung yin deficiency, lung dryness and heat, damp phlegm, liver yang hyperactivity, and kidney yin deficiency.

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