Seasonal affective disorder
The cold, the early sunset and a lack of vitamin D can mess with your mental health. Here's how the pros cope.
The change in seasons can have a big impact on our mental health.
These ingredients can also help alleviate symptoms of seasonal affective disorder.
Wondering if you have seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or just a case of the winter blues? Mental health experts explain the difference.
We shed some light on SAD.
'Be kind to those who perhaps aren’t in the mood for dancing around the Christmas tree and give them some space'
In my darkest SAD moments, I’ve certainly felt like my partner and I can bring out the worst in each other
"There are two people living in me: the winter me and the summer me."
This is not a healthy way of moving forward
People can get sad about summer coming to an end, with the return of school, the end of beach days and long summer evenings