Abnormally cold spring in Ukraine leading to depression – VIDEO

Ukrainians are used to severe winters, but they were not ready for the cold in late March.
So it’s no surprise that begin health problems and complications of long-standing diseases.

The reason – the long unseasonably cold, high humidity and lack of essential vitamin D in March affected their emotional state, bringing depression, drowsiness and chronic fatigue.

Ukrainians are trying to resist this – each in their own way.


Thanks to Argiris Diamantis for this link

6 thoughts on “Abnormally cold spring in Ukraine leading to depression – VIDEO”

  1. My spouse has S.A.D. (Seasonal Affective Disorder) from low Vit. D levels.

    We cure it with a “Lizard Lamp”. About 20 minutes / day at 2 to 3 feet. (Don’t look at it, just on the skin).

    I did a test to find when you get a sunburn using my back at 1 foot to set the max exposure. Yes, you can be sunburned by it.

    Low Vit. D has a lot of negative consequences. Emotional depression is one of them.

    • you could prob look to the safer blue led emitters theyve dropped a huge amt in price and the dont burn and are prob cheaper by a fair bit to run as well..hope the lizards not getting a chill while you nick his warmer? 😉

  2. The Ukrainians best get used of the idea of winter squeezing out the spring time for the time being. The other thing that might be problem is the radioisotopes in the environment from the Chernobyl disaster.

  3. they also have a bunch of brawling idiots abusing power n priveledge high power costs / low gas supply(they didnt pay their bills and ussa interference ongoing that’d be depressing enough??

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