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summer is better than winter

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Round 1
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Good morning ,afternoon and evening ladies and gentlemen thank you for attending my point of view on this topic. The question? Is Summer is better than winter?   I think yes because:
1)Outdoor fun. Speaking of getting sunshine, summer is better than winter for the simple fact that you can spend more time outdoors. Obviously, winter comes with cold temps and sometimes even snow, which typically means more time cuddled up indoors. Taking advantage of the lighter evenings means that there is more time to spend with your loved ones or trying something new. Summer is one of the four Earth's seasons, that goes after spring and foreshadows autumn. In this time of the year, days become warm, hot and really long, while nights in this season are the shortest. Sun shines so bright and everything around is whispering to go outdoors!
2)The enjoyment of the great outdoors. There is so much to explore when we get the chance to step outside and take in the summer sun.
3)While sunny skies and warm temperatures do more than make our environment a pleasant place. They also provide some very significant benefits to our health and wellbeing. Research indicates that you are less likely to die of a heart attack in the summer than in the winter. Summer is better than winter because you can have more fun. You can do a million things but in winter just a few due to the cold weather and the length of daylight. We also think Summer is one of the best seasons out of all the seasons ( Autumn, Winter and Spring).
4)Warmth of the summer days creates lifelong conditions for animals and plants activities. Also be ready for the thunderstorms, because in the summer it is very important phenomenon. It helps nature to survive in this hot period, crops to grow better and later give harvest!
5)Mental affection, there are some real, scientific reasons why we feel better, mentally and physically, during the summer months: There's an undeniable connection between weather and mood. “Warmer months do tend to have an impact on our overall happiness and well-being,” says Helene D. Moore.
6)Winter typically has cold weather, little daylight, and limited plant growth. In spring, plants sprout, tree leaves unfurl, and flowers blossom. Summer is the warmest time of the year and has the most daylight, so plants grow quickly. In autumn, temperatures drop, and many trees lose their leaves.
7)Do you enjoy free time? Being able to wake up in the morning and have no worries about schedules, plans or work? That’s what summer is. A time during the year meant for a break and maybe a rest.  A time meant for you to do whatever you want and be yourself. That is why I am writing a persuasive essay titled “Summer is better than Winter.”  I believe that summer will always be less stressful and a time easier to do what you want to do. But resting is not the only thing summer has to offer. There are other things that make summer such an enjoyment!  Some of you live in Florida (or used to),  and you know cold weather is more rare than it is in other places. (One time I had to wear a T-shirt near the end of December!)  Honestly, there are many ways that warmer weather is best.  Clearly winter is very cold, so you need to be prepared. Gloves,  coats, hats, scarves,  the list goes on and on, and all to stay warm. In my family,  we have bins full of all the things you need in cold winter. But in the summertime, you need to have nothing more than a T-shirt, a pair of shorts or a skirt, and shoes. (I prefer barefeet.) No heavy layers included! Are you interested in sports or activities? If so, then summer is a good season for you! A lot of activities and sports happen in this season. Softball, baseball and tennis to name a few.  There are also lots of different water activities that many different people enjoy. Even my littlest sister likes the pool, and she isn’t even 2 years old yet! The list of water activities includes diving, surfing, snorkeling,  and just normal swimming! The water is always a highlight of summer. And what about all the wonderful foods and snacks that you can’t have and enjoy in winter? There are nice and cold snacks like popsicles and ice cream, for one. Summer is the best season to enjoy cold but tasty snacks on a hot day. There are foods like hot dogs, popcorn, and BBQ . I haven’t even mentioned the seasonal fruits and vegetables that sweeten summer even more. Tomatoes, watermelon, corn on the cob, peaches, the list goes on and on. Summer foods are always easy, fun, and DELICIOUS! Summer is simple, fun, and carefree. You can do so many things. I hope that my writing has inspired you to enjoy and discover summer in a different way. If you love warm weather, sports, and good food, than summer is the season for you! Non of which is accessible/the best way to enjoy in winter.
Summer lets you get your Vitamin D: Summer allows you to get your daily dose of vitamin D. A steady supply of vitamin has shown to prevent inflammation, improve bone health, improve immunity, create resistance against diseases and slow down ageing.
The season of fruits: Summer not only introduces a horde of fruits in the market but due to the high levels of heat and humidity, we actually are likely to crave a few slices of watermelon or mangoes during summer. Other healthy summer fruits include berries, kiwis, pineapple, oranges and peaches, all of which help in preventing dehydration and provide vitamin C and E to the body. In fact, the health benefits of mango are many.
Sweating in good: While it may leave you smelling offensive at times, it turns out that the more you sweat, the cooler the body gets and blood circulation improves. Sweat or perspiration actually helps by purging the skin of bacteria, dirt, oil and other impurities. In fact, studies show prolonged sweating releases endorphins which end up making a person feel good.
Allows nature therapy: A 2016 study had found that spending just 30 minutes under the sun, in the lap of nature, could reduce the risk of high blood pressure and depression.
Summer vacations are actually good for your health: Research suggests that taking a break from everyday life and going on a vacation is healthy and productive in the long run. It reduces stress, boosts creativity and improves focus.
Healthy heart: Risk of heart disease peaks during the months of winter, but reaches its lowest point during summer. While experts are yet to ascertain the exact cause but the aforementioned benefits may suggest why overall health is better during summer.
Sure u can argue back it going to be hot, but is that going to stop u from having fun? NOO!!!
Here are a few ways u could cool down during the summer:
1. Drink plenty of water
Staying hydrated is important every day, but even more so during hot temperatures. When it’s hot, you’ll be more likely to sweat, which can lead to dehydration. You should drink 6-8 glasses of water a day to stay hydrated, but aim to drink more if you’ve been sweating a lot. Keep a supply of cold water in the fridge so that you can keep cool throughout the day and night.
2. Take a cool shower before bed
Getting to sleep in the summer heat is one of the most difficult things about the season, affecting your sleep quality which can have further effects on your health. Try to bring your body temperature down to make things more comfortable so that you can get to sleep easier. A cool shower before bed is a great idea, as is spraying your sheets with water using a spray bottle. Alternatively, open a window if it is safe to do so, or use a fan on a timer to help you sleep better in warmer temperatures.
3. Stick to the shade in the summer heat
While it’s nice to get out and about in the sun, you should avoid being out for too long during peak sun hours (11am – 3pm). Make an effort to stay in the shade when the sun is at its hottest to make sure you stay cool and avoid sunburn and sunstroke. This is especially important for children, so make sure you keep babies and children in the shade.
4. Wear loose, light-coloured clothing
Loose, light-coloured clothing is ideal for warmer temperatures, helping your body to stay cool. Natural fabrics like cotton and linen are more breathable and will help you to stay cool. Dark colours absorb the heat of the sun, so stick to lighter shades if you want to stay cool whilst outside in the sunshine.
5. Maximise the impact of household fans
6. Keep your home cool during the day
Your home can overheat during the day, making it uncomfortable by the time you get home from work. Prepare your home by closing the curtains during the day and opening some of your windows to help air circulate. Your home will be more comfortable and it should be easier to get to sleep at night when the whole house is that bit cooler.
7. Eat fewer hot foods
Eating hot food in the summer can leave you feeling uncomfortable, while also raising your body temperature further. Use the opportunity to try out healthy recipes for salads and pasta dishes that can be enjoyed cold. You might want to give spicy foods a miss when it’s particularly warm outside.
Taking steps to cool down in the summer heat is not only good for your comfort, but for protecting your health too. If you suspect you’ve developed heat stroke or heat exhaustion, make sure you consult a doctor. Our out of hours services can help on weekends, bank holidays and during summer evenings to provide you with assistance if you need it. Contact 111 in the first instance to get the medical advice you need.
Conclusion:
Summer in better than winter because of it many beneficial providers
Thank you for spending your time reading and I do as well wish my opponent Good luck!!! May the best argument win...

Con
x. Default to con
  • The applicability of this condition is obvious in the context of our debate. Pro bears the burden of proof and the existence of doubt to the truth value of the proposition we are debating holds true value. 
  • We can also note that no stipulations exist for the degree to which summer is better than winter, so pro is in essence arguing that summer surpasses winter in all cases that would constitute it as a better season. 
  • My argument is that summer is more harmful to society at large than winter, and I argue that such harms that come with summer to society and the world at large outweigh any minor or inconsequential benefit.

Outdoor "fun" 

Injuries/Damage

Nature/Disasters

Health

Crime
  • Violent crime goes up significantly in the summer, so we can conclude that summer makes entails society will be considerably more dangerous. If less crime occurs in the cold vs the heat we can assert that the cold is marginally better for society. 

Activities
  • Pro makes vague and unsubstantiated comparative notions towards the presence of presumably more activities in the summer. 
  • Winter contains some of the biggest holidays around the world to name a few, Christmas and New Year. The economic yield from these holidays alone is enough to demonstrate their value and contribution to the utility through activities and festivity. Christmas alone literally generates over a trillion dollars. Con analyzes the bigger picture rather than sporadic activities that don't sufficiently demonstrate the superiority of summer more than the instigator's own opinion. What makes one activity superior to another? The same applies to food as well. 


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