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Newsletter 14 - Summer

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“And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees (...) I had that familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer.”

― F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby

Summer is here in the Northern Hemisphere and you know what? It's the best season for your brain! So recharge while you can! Here are 6 reasons why summer does your brain good :


Get ready to soak up some sunshine, because it's nature's ultimate mood booster. When the sunbeams touch your skin, they trigger a brain party, producing serotonin. Think of serotonin as a happy little messenger running through your brain, making you feel so good.

Sunlight exposure is also linked to the body's synthesis of vitamin D, which is essential for bone health and has been associated with a lower risk of chronic diseases.

Just saying ;-)


Summer fruits are not only delicious in your mouth but also for your brain. They contain anthocyanins, powerful antioxidants that protect your brain from damage and aging. They also help your brain learn and remember better by improving the communication between your brain cells and preventing the buildup of harmful proteins.

There's also evidence to suggest that exposure to sunlight, has indirect effects on our overall eating habits.


Summer is a great time to get moving and enjoy the outdoors. Physical activity is good for your brain because it increases the blood flow, oxygen, and nutrients that your brain needs to function well. It also stimulates the growth of new brain cells and connections, and improves your mood and mental performance.

Summer does make it easier to want to get out of bed and get moving.


Summer is a really good time to socialize and have fun with others.

Social interaction is good for your brain because it reduces stress, loneliness, and depression, which can harm your brain health. By socially interacting, you also challenge your brain to use different skills such as memory, language, empathy, and problem-solving.


Summer can spark your creativity and curiosity, as you may try new things or visit new places during your holidays or free time. Creativity and curiosity are good for your brain because they activate different parts and networks of your brain, making it more flexible and adaptable. They also encourage you to keep learning and exploring new things throughout your life.


Being in the water is one of my favorite things to do so I can't resist sharing this with you! Cold-water swimming can make you feel good and smart by releasing endorphins, serotonin, and dopamine, which are chemicals that make you happy, satisfied, and motivated.

Granted, you can actually get all of that by taking a cold shower every morning even in the winter ;-)

Feeling the effects of summer on your brain and want to start now ;-) Let's go for it, CLICK!

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