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Ready for Spring? These 10 New Books Will Help You Spring Clean Your Life Now

Spring is finally here! The weather is warming up, birds are chirping, and my bare arms are finally making an appearance for the first time since October. The change in seasons always seems to bring about a change in moods, as well. And it’s no wonder. Researchers at the National Institute of Mental Health found evidence of seasonal differences in dopamine – the chemical messenger involved in motivation, pleasure, and learning. The average dopamine signal for those scanned in the fall and winter were 4.3 percent greater than those scanned in the spring. Which means that there was less dopamine present in the colder months. One theory is that dopamine increases with more exposure to sunlight.

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