Winter Can Cause Depression — Here's How To Combat It
Millions of American suffer from seasonal depression every year. It can lead to adverse health effects, but there are ways to ease symptoms.By Jasmine Bailey | November 23, 2014
Winter doesn't officially begin until Dec. 21.
But with daylight saving time and the crazy weather we’ve seen lately, it sure feels like the old man has arrived. The shorter days and freezing temps can make it fairly easy to start feeling a little blue. (Video via NBC)
That feeling is often referred to as the winter blues, but you should also be on the look out for more serious conditions like Seasonal Affective Disorder, also known as SAD.