3 Ways to Cure Seasonal Affective Disorder

Hopefully, you are feeling the holiday spirit right now and getting excited for some vacation days and the chance to spend some quality time with all your friends and family over Christmas cookies and a hot chocolate (or a hot toddy!). But there’s a chance that—depending on where you live—the days are gray and short and you’re feeling a little glum. If that’s you, know that you’re not alone. Many people experience seasonal affective disorder around this time of year. Experts believe that less sunlight during fall and winter leads to the brain making less serotonin, a chemical linked to brain pathways that regulate mood.

We definitely don’t claim to be doctors, but today we have 3 suggestions that we think will help cheer you up.

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