Posts tagged seasonal affective disorder
Beat the Winter Blues Naturally in 7 Steps

Our moods responds to nature. If it is warm and sunny outside, we are likely to feel cheerful and social. On the opposite end of the spectrum, if there’s an autumnal overcast, we are likely to slow down and become introspective. But if you or someone you know gets down or depressed during winter but feels better in the spring, you or that someone may suffer with seasonal affective disorder (SAD). You are not alone! If you’re feeling the blues are little more than usual this year, here are seven natural ways to help lift your spirits.

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