Is the rainy weather and limited sunlight making you feel low and tired, and disrupting your everyday schedule? It may be monsoon lethargy.
Monsoon lethargy is caused when the production of melatonin in your body goes up. It may be due to limited exposure to sunlight.
Tap ahead to learn four lifestyle tweaks to help you beat monsoon lethargy.
A simple combination of cardiovascular and strength exercises may help increase energy levels without draining you out, according to fitness experts.
Whenever the sun is out, make sure you take some time out and take a sun bath. This will help reduce the level of melatonin and help decrease your lethargy.
Foods that are rich in protein and fibre—nuts and legumes, for example—help nourish our body and indirectly help us beat monsoon blues.
Fat-loaded foods such as fried food induce lethargy. Avoid such foods as much as possible or eat those in moderation.