How to ease seasonal depression
Tips to help when the winter blues set in
While some welcome the changing leaves of fall and the fresh snow of winter, others find themselves having difficulty waking in the morning, and feeling a general sense of depression at this time of year. If the shorter and colder days make you feel blue, then you've got the classic symptoms of seasonal affective disorder (SAD). It typically begins in late fall and early winter, and can continue through spring.
But while living with SAD is challenging, there are several steps you can take to help ease your symptoms. Want to know exactly what you can do? Then check out this gallery.
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