The holiday season can take its toll on your mental health, for more advice and help if you are living in the UK check out this helpful NHS Choices page with mental health helplines. Check out this really useful article with some great tips on helping you cope with the season.
As you experience the changes of seasons from summer to fall and later winter, this is usually the time when our emotions take a shift as well. If you’re like me, it is usually during the times of when it starts colder that it translates to my wellbeing. Seasonal depression, commonly referred to as Seasonal Active Disorder (SAD), is just as important as depression and it is something that needs to be taken seriously. If you’re not sure you have or experienced seasonal depression, according Mayo Clinic these are the common symptoms that follow
- Severe depression
- Changes in apetite
- Heightened sensitivity
- Low energy
Especially during the holidays, its very easy to slip in to the cycle of sadness for various reasons. You may see others who are happy with their friends and family during Thanksgiving or Christmas and it reminds you of an aspect that you lack in your…
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