Tagged: seasonal depression

Try These Foods to Improve Your Mood

Feeling down this winter? This condition, known as seasonal affective disorder, is common due to the lack of sunlight. There are a number of things you can do to counteract these negative feelings, such as diet and exercise. Try these foods to improve your mood!

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Even a Little Exercise Can Prevent Depression

New research has shown that exercise might be just what you need to prevent depression. It’s been understood for quite some time that exercise provides mental health benefits, but not really to what extent. Thanks to a recent study, we now know that even a small lifestyle change can really make a difference for those […]

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How to Defeat Seasonal Depression

Once daylight saving time ends in Wisconsin, our days get shorter and shorter. If these darker days are zapping your energy and bringing you down, then this blog post is for you. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a form of seasonal depression typically triggered by the change in seasons when we lose daylight hours and […]

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