Spring fatigue is a phenomenon that many people experience every year as winter ends and spring begins. There are several theories as to why people are particularly tired and exhausted during this time of year.
One theory is that spring fatigue is due to changes in daylight. In winter we have less daylight and our bodies produce more melatonin, which makes us sleepy. As the days get longer in spring, it can take some time for our bodies to adjust to the change and for us to feel more energetic again.
Another theory says that spring fatigue is due to a change in hormonal levels. In spring our bodies produce more serotonin, a hormone that makes us happy and content. However, if our body does not have enough nutrients such as vitamins and minerals to produce the serotonin, it can lead to tiredness and fatigue.
And spring can begin.