Nov 6, 2001

The weather in Rome is going through menopause....wet with hot flashes. My body and alot of others are reacting. There's asprin for dessert at our dinner table and then off to bed but not because we want to.

Researchers have shown that daylight falling on the back of the eye and neck affects the concentrations of mood-altering chemicals — melatonin and serotonin — in the brain. This can lead to symptoms such as a craving for carbohyates, daytime owsiness, inability to concentrate, anxiety and a tendency to sleep longer than normal.
....murders and suicides occur more frequently as the seasons change. It’s because of changes in light and electromagnetic activity.
I don't feel like writing so I won't.


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