Seasonal affective disorder is cyclical—usually causing depressive periods during fall and winter seasons and non-depressed periods during spring and summer. Other symptoms of SAD include sleeping more than usual, having less energy, losing interest in activities, an inability to focus and think clearly, and increased appetite.
Sometimes it can be difficult to distinguish SAD from depression. Talk to your doctor if you have concerns.
Here are 3 strategies to get the exercise you need to stay healthy—in spite of winter weather.
Follow these tips from the CDC to help keep your family safe and healthy during the cold winter months.