Tuesday, October 19

December 21: how your body changes according to the seasons of the year and why it is important to know for your health

  • Jose Carlos Cueto
  • BBC World News


At the molecular level, the body experiences fluctuations throughout the year.

Is your body the same in winter, spring, summer and fall?

The answer has little to do with getting colder or hotter, but rather with the biological changes you experience 365 days a year.

In winter you are more prone to gaining weight and acne, for example, and in spring your metabolism fluctuates markedly as it recovers from a prolonged period of increased inactivity.

But the body oscillates during the year have not been studied enough and understanding them well could have a great impact on our health caresay experts consulted by BBC Mundo.


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