Well that sounds cheeky😛 – but I’m talking about Seasonal Affective Disorder of course!
Usually starting in late Autumn and continuing throughout the winter, the lack of exposure to daylight can leave us susceptible to SAD symptoms including tiredness, low mood, irritability or lack of motivation. It’s more common in people living further away from the equator – that’s us, here in the UK I suppose🥶.
The severity of both physical and mental symptoms can be debilitating and thanks to Covid-19, lockdown isn’t helping either. It’s believed that this winter there’ll be an increase in people suffering from the condition; since as well as the stresses brought about by the pandemic, restrictions mean we have fewer opportunities or reasons to be outside.
So what can we do about it? Here are a few ideas you can try for the relief of SAD symptoms:
For more info about SAD syndrome, take a look at: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/seasonal-affective-disorder-sad/
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