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99% Of Ozone depleting substances have been phased out and the Ozone is actively recovering. The elimination of Ozone depleting substances is causing the hole in the Earths Ozone layer to decrease which is a good thing.


An Ozone layer is a portion of the stratosphere that protects us from the sun’s ultraviolet rays. A stratosphere is the second layer of the atmosphere of the Earth. Without that layer the Earth would be uninhabitable by humans.


Scientists estimate that by 2060 the hole in the Earth’s ozone layer will have mostly recovered. Yet scientists state that they have yet to know if it will be a full recovery.


Climate change is a pressing issue needing to be tackled in regards to the betterment of the Ozone. Its effect on circulation and temperature causes the depletion of the ozone.


This is progress but there is still work needing to be done.

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Increase your water intake

Dehydration makes it difficult for your red blood cells (the cells responsible for carrying oxygen in your body) to function optimally. When your body is hydrated it’s easier for your body to carry a full load of oxygen.



Exercise

Even a minimum amount of exercise can encourage energy levels to rise. Yoga, cycling, walking , squats, burpees, Pilates, and jump rope have all been on the list of energy boosting exercises.



High nutrient foods

Eggs, sweet potatoes, yogurt, avocado, bananas, beans, salmon, and steel cut oats are all nutrient rich foods that give you fuel to take on your day. These foods all help fight that dreaded energy crash.


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Seasons can effect your mental health. It’s called SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), which is defined as a type of anxiety/depression that starts late fall and persists through the winter. In fact a study has shown that all mental illnesses worsen in the winter. 64% of people report worsening mental health issues at the onset of seasonal changes.


Air also plays a roll. The state of air molecules tightening in the winter make it more difficult to breathe normally. Contributing to feelings of claustrophobia in anxiety sufferers. Also triggering panic attacks. In effect increasing anxiety sufferers sensitivities.


A list of symptoms include heart and circulation irregularities, disorder in sleep, fatigue, lack of concentration, phantom and rheumatic pain, just to name a few.


Some things to help combat these symptoms are regular exercise, exercise releases endorphins which helps provide that feel good feeling and increases your energy. Also increasing social interactions. Even FaceTiming someone close to you can help alleviate symptoms especially with the distance caused by the pandemic.


Being proactive about your mental health during the change of seasons is crucial to helping you cope better.

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