It is the most wonderful time of the year. It’s great to see and be around family and old friends, attend parties. The spirit of giving is more present than ever. With all this excitement though, the pressure sets in to do as much as possible in your already tight schedule and before you know it, you find yourself overwhelmed and Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) sets in.
Seasonal affective disorder, or the winter blues, often takes place during the colder time of the year. The days are shorter and the lack of time for oneself can take a debilitating toll on you.
But there are ways to fight back and find cheer. Our infographics tells you more.