Tips to Fight off Your Wintertime Weariness

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It’s normal to feel more sluggish and down in the winter. It’s body chemistry because wintertime can affect levels of vitamin d and melatonin. You may feel slower in the winter because of the extra energy your body is using to stay warm.

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that hits people around the same time every year. It usually starts in the fall and lasts into winter.

Symptoms include depressions, feelings of hopelessness, feelings of heaviness in your limbs, weight gain and loss of interest in things you once enjoyed.

This guide helps you fight off seasonal affective disorder and wintertime weariness.

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