The change of season is approaching, we will enter autumn and this will perhaps affect our emotional wellbeing and cause Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) in us. Although there are people with depressive symptoms during the summer and they feel better during the winter.
Some tips to prevent SAD are: eat healthy foods, spend as much time as you can outdoors in nature to get your vitamin D, see friends and family, stay hydrated, etc.
“It is a mental health condition that can be triggered by a change in the seasons and a reduction in daylight.”Chris Jones.
Izzie Jani | METRO