seasonal depression

The symptoms of SAD are extremely similar to depression and can vary from person to person. For some, the condition can be mildly irritating and upsetting, while others experience a more severe form of the disorder, which has a significant impact on their day-to-day life.
Although January is officially the saddest month of the year, the seasonal dip in our wellbeing starts much earlier. This is the time when the over-indulgence combines with the lack of sunlight and warmth to create a perfect storm on both mind and body
I find that my Mental Health suffers during this time of year and comes with a constant battle between extreme FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) and anxiety-riddled excuses as to why I won't attend Christmas parties or other winter-time social events. Fighting the "Winter Blues" can be difficult so I've come up with some Winter Mental Health Tips
As the dark nights begin to draw in, fairy lights adorn every branch, the leaves are falling off their trees in gusts of
Few of us relish the cold, dark days of winter. But for 7% of the British population, the chilly climes and lack of sunshine