Learn the Signs for Seasonal Affective Disorder
Winter can be a very common time for symptoms of seasonal affective disorder to start kicking in, like moodiness, low energy and irritability. The lack of sunlight can cause a drop in serotonin and disrupt your sleeping patterns, as well as your internal clock, which can cause feelings of depression. But you’re not alone and brighter days are ahead! Keep track of your moods and symptoms so that you can discuss them with your doctor and find a treatment plan together.