April 1, 2017

Are you one of those people that as soon as the days stay lighter longer, you’re sweeping under couch, shaking out rugs and vacuuming who-knows-what that’s accumulated behind the dryer? AND, you're anxious to get outside and clean out the gardens to make room for spring daffodils and tulips to pop up and bloom? Spring-cleaning may indeed be biological in nature. During the winter, our bodies produce more melatonin, a hormone known for inducing sleepiness. On the other hand, when we’re exposed to more sunshine, our bodies produce less...

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