Going out today to see the sun shining, the sky is clear, the corners of the mouth can not help but rise up, the mood is also pleasant, a beautiful day begins in the sun. Is the sunshine giving you a good mood? Does the sun factor make you happy? A recent study by Brigham Young University showed that the time between sunrise and sunset affects almost everyone’s mood. Even more than temperature, pollution and rain.
Researchers have investigated that someone’s mood is related to weather and related factors. The team found that when the days were short and the sun was low, people reported more mental pain. The results show that the influence of daylight time on people’s mood is greater than the actual absorption of sunlight.
The researchers came to the conclusions after studying the meteorological data of the University Physics and Astronomical Meteorological Observatory and the US Environmental Protection Agency’s pollution data. They also compared the weather and patient mental health status of the Counseling and Psychological Service Center at the Birmingham Youth Center.
Research author Mark Becher said in a press release: “This is an amazing part of our research. “On a rainy day, or on a day when pollution is more serious, people will think they will have more pain. But we did not see it. We observed the amount of solar radiation, or the amount of sunlight that actually hit the ground. We tried to consider the cloudy, rainy, pollution… but they rushed out. One really important thing is the amount of time between sunrise and sunset. ”
Recently, there have been some studies trying to study the effects of weather on emotions, but many people have returned to the mixed results.
The way the British greet is to talk about the weather. Due to the geographical location, the rain in the UK may come when it comes. It is a rare sunny day in the year. It would be a celebration to wake up in the morning sun bathing. And we were born in a country with four distinct seasons of rain and sunshine, often rushing for life, forgetting to stop and look at this priceless and free landscape. Sun, wind, rain, dew.