10. Feeling SAD?
For many people, less daylight equals less happiness. Use these illuminating tips to brighten up and avoid another winter of discontent.
Long, dark days getting you down? Sun shortage can cause sadness ranging from dark moods to a condition called seasonal affective disorder or SAD. Learn how to stop dreading the end of autumn and lighten up.
Everyone seems happier in summer, and many of us feel more gloomy when it gets greyer. But some people get depressed every winter. A diagnosis of SAD can only be made after three or more consecutive winters of symptoms. If you feel depressed in winter, so-so in autumn and full of the joys of spring in, um spring, then you’re officially SAD. SAD symptoms are similar to non-seasonal depression ...