Stumbled upon this piece from Psychology Today and thought that it would make for an interesting read. It's called Winter Depression: Separating Facts From Fiction.
It shares some thought-provoking findings. Heres' one that we thought was intriguing:
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 92% of the population reports some sort of winter blues. The effects of seasonal depression are even greater if you are going through a stressful experience like job hunting, relationship problems or infertility.
Here’s how it works: Lower levels of light mean lower blood pressure, which makes us sleepy, lower blood sugar, which ...