How to Prepare For The Winter Blues

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Everything from the shorter days to the greyer skies can drastically change your mood during the winter. It can even bring on anxiety, fatigue, and irritability. 

The good news is, there are lots of things you can do to help turn your mood around.

Keep Busy

The thought of staying home all day may sound relaxing at first, but doing so will only hurt you in the long run. Any activity that gets you out of the house can significantly improve your mood. 

Have a Support System

Think about it; your friends and family can’t support you unless they know what's going on.

Chances are you likely aren't going through this alone. 

If any of your friends or family are feeling the way you are, you can get through the winter together. 

Get Enough Sun

Our days are shorter in the winter months. This can make spending enough time outdoors a little tough. 

Shorter days impact your internal body clock, which can affect your mood, sleep, and appetite. 

There will be those days where it's way too cold to go outside.

But don't let that stop you - sitting next to a window is a great backup plan. Learn More

Posted on October 1, 2019 .