If shorter days and shifts in weather zap your energy and make you feel blue, you’ve got classic symptoms of seasonal affective disorder (SAD) — a form of depression triggered by changes in daylight and weather.
If you have seasonal depression, get outside as much as you can during the day to take advantage of sunlight. On cold days, bundle up and take a stroll around the block at noon or soon after — that’s when the sun is brightest.
Also, when you’re indoors, keep your blinds open to let in as much natural light as you can. And if you’re working remotely, choose a workspace near a source of natural light if possible. Indoor lighting is dimmer than natural light, that can negatively affect SAD symptoms.
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Sources: Everyday Health