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Mental Health Perspectives: How To Manage Seasonal Affective Disorder This Winter

Mental Health Perspectives with Dr. John Huber & Kristin Sunata Walker

Brutal Arctic Blast Overtakes Eastern US With Wind Chill Falling To -30 Degrees In Some Areas – How To Manage Seasonal Affective Disorder This Winter

Lack of sunlight and bitter cold temperatures over a prolonged period of time can cause Seasonal Affective Disorder. When our bodies are discomfort, it impacts our mental state of well beading. This disorder can be challenging for some especially those who already have depression tendencies.

There are a number of ways to treat the symptoms of SAD and one of them to find ways to appreciate the good things about winter. If cast off winter, that’s 25% of the year that you’re pledging to be less than happy.

If winter is forcing you to be indoors more often – you can utilize that time to organize & do administrative work on your home. You can also use this time to catch up on your favorite TV series. Because of what you’re doing with your time now, you’ll be able to experience more outdoor activities in the Spring & Summer.

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