Beat the BLUES: 5 Tips to Easing Seasonal Affective Disorder

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It’s not all in your head; January is on record for being the cloudiest January in the North Country since 1951. Seasonal Affective Disorder or S.A.D. affects 5% of us. Women are 4 times more likely to succumb to these long, cloudy days. What can you do?

  1. Make a habit of getting out for a daily walk. …
  2. Add vitamin D into your diet and nutritional changes. …
  3. Plan fun activities and stick to those commitments. …
  4. Get social with friends and family.

READ MORE ABOUT SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER COURTESY OF UVM’S DR. KELLY ROHAN

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