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Weather Affects Emotions
CINCINNATI (Deb Dixon) -- Levels of serotonin, a neuro chemical that controls emotions, are said to increase in sunny weather and decrease in extreme cold.
If you are feeling gloomy you might be able to blame your mood on the weather.
Hoping for a mood swing , Local 12 viewer Sandy is booking sun here at the Cherry Grove Triple A Caribbean Cruise.
"Something to look forward to so I can have sunshine vitamin d to make me feel better."
Triple A is hearing it a lot, "Get me someplace warm." The problem is it's cold everywhere. It's warmer in Alaska than Cincinnati on Thursday. Making plans is something to look forward to now.
"I can assure you they are looking at the weather temperature of destination they are going to on a daily basis."
Want to leave today? Tampa is the best bet at a 14 hour drive, 68 degrees and beautiful beaches. Or just be patient.
This might make you feel better, number one on a list of cities where people are most affected by weather is Akron. And at least you dont live there!