There is also a summer form of seasonal affective disorder, during which the episodes manifest themselves at the beginning of spring and reach their peak in the summer, tending to resolve with the beginning of autumn.
It was also shown that people with seasonal affective disorder have difficulty regulating serotonin, a neurotransmitter responsible for stabilizing mood, and SERT levels, the protein that carries serotonin. In patients suffering from this disorder, SERT levels increase as the hours of light decrease with less serotonin activity, thus causing depressive symptoms.
Using spa wellness as pathways for relaxation or wellness centres
Using SPA-WELLNESS can be a great support in dealing with most of the symptomatology of this disorder and to provide an indispensable service to SAD sufferers.
The path will also give precise and useful indications on complementary programs with low impact for muscle activation, which improve circulation and reoxygenation of the body, without adversely affecting pressure but lowering levels of tension and stress.
Treatments with specific essential oils
Physical activity with low impact
Moving on from the emotional to the purely aesthetic aspect, therefore, it should not be forgotten how important those special facial treatments are for restoring the level of hydration by using hyaluronic acid, which enriches the hydrolipidic film of the skin, bringing it back to optimal values.
How to choose your own treatment
In order to communicate the new message effectively, the keywords must be based on specific expressions such as: eliminating toxins, strengthening the body, preparing for winter, relaxing and rehydrating the skin, regaining peace and quiet during the holiday period, recovering energy, repairing damage... etc.
Water, Heat and Replacement
Among the activities to be organised with the aim of prolonging the summer benefits, include the introduction of salt caves. These treatments based on salt and vitamin-based supplements help to strengthen immune defences, as well as the setting of moments of emotional management through the study and recovery of the correct respiratory techniques, through real breathing laboratories. If the proposal, in fact, besides being functional, has as its objective to make a culture of wellbeing, it will certainly be very appreciated. We use all the resources of our centre so that the time spent in our surroundings continues to bring the benefits that feel like a short holiday.
Wine Therapy, in fact, used since ancient Greece, is a combination of therapies based on the use of derivatives of the vine (grape, leaves, wine). It contains resveratrol which is a phenol found in the skin of the grape berry, to which is the action of blood fluidification is attributed.
The antioxidants contained in wine also have the property of neutralizing free radicals, which are responsible for the oxidation of skin cells and therefore for aging.
An excellent wine-therapy anti-aging treatment lasting about 120 minutes begins with a grape peeling to prepare the skin, eliminate dead cells and dilate pores so that when you perform the massage with grape oil and grape pips, grape mousse pack and bath, the properties of the wine will be more penetrating.
The wines most commonly used during these practices are:
- Lambrusco which has reintegrating properties (mineral salts)
- Sauvignon offering a soothing effect
- Chianti that has relaxing properties
- Merlot with recognised purifying properties