Summer, bathing and heating in all the gloryÂ or winter, skating and snowball fights! But is there anything more beautiful than autumn colors?Â The red and yellow leaves on the treesÂ From the beginning, derived the word “fall” from “harvesting” and is related to the “highest” and “reap”, i.e. gather or extract.Â Autumn is therefore initially harvest. But this knew of course you already, right?Â However, here are ten facts you sure did not know precisely the autumn!
10 Interesting Facts about Fall You Donâ€™t Know
1. SinceÂ time immemorial,Â the fall has been ranked as one of theÂ most important times of the year, when daylight begins to fade and it becomes colder, and darker days ahead, Because aÂ good harvestÂ is essential for survival, tried many communities to ensure a good harvest by honoring and worshiping variousÂ godsÂ andÂ goddesses.Â Some communities, such as the Aztecs of ancient Mexico, also performedÂ human sacrificesÂ to please the gods.
2. Researchers believe thatÂ global warmingÂ could affectÂ the autumn colors.Â As the planet is getting warmer, the leaves mayÂ be delayedÂ by changing their colors.Â In addition, trees cannot use its sugars to create red pigment;Â this means that the trees instead use its fuel to the emergence of newÂ branches.Â Global warming could also alter habitats for trees such as sugar maple, creating some of the most vivid autumn colors.Â How do we get through the fall without the beautiful colors as the trees have to offer?
3. If the colors of nature would be affected by global warming, it would also be disastrous for theÂ animal kingdom.Â Animals and plants respond and react namely the light changes in nature that takes place during the autumn.Â For example, every autumn, swellsÂ the testiclesÂ up in many hamster races with up toÂ 17 times greaterÂ than normal.Â This is so that they could more easily prepare forÂ mating season.
4. Studies have shown that during the colder months of autumn, areÂ menÂ more likely to cuddleÂ with their loved one and watchÂ romantic comedies.Â Feeling of coldness activates namely a longing forÂ warmthÂ and comfort to others.
5. People living atÂ the equator or the central part of the planet never get the chance to experienceÂ the autumn.
6. AlthoughÂ sperm concentrationÂ and its number is theÂ lowestÂ from August to October because of the summer heat,Â But do not worry about that one; they recover by force in late autumn in what is called an “overshoot” phenomenon.
7. According to the seasonal pattern of autumn is the time of year when mostÂ singles change theirÂ relationship statusÂ on theirÂ Facebook profilesÂ to “in a relationship” or “Engaged” compared to other seasons.Â Most break-up occurs atÂ ChristmasÂ and during the summer.
8. DuringÂ springÂ andÂ summer,Â most people eat moreÂ carbohydrates, exercise more and take care of his body better in the form ofÂ trainingÂ and other activities.Â But during the fallÂ develops most a tendency to littleÂ fatterÂ food, leading to aÂ season weight gain.
9. And speaking of weight gain during the fall;Â Research also suggests that low levels of vitamin DÂ (which also comes from the sun) can lead toÂ weight gainÂ during the fall and winter.Â Lack of vitamin D reduces namely the breakdown ofÂ fatÂ and triggersÂ fat storage.
10. Autumn Depression, or so-called seasonal depression, affects aboutÂ 4-5%Â of the world population.Â But as much asÂ 10-20%Â has some form of symptoms related to seasonal depression.Â It is more common inÂ womenÂ than in men.