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20 Ways To Beat "Seasonal Depression" Before It Becomes Too Much

20 Ways To Beat "Seasonal Depression" Before It Becomes Too Much

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For as long as I can remember, I have dreaded the cold weather and winter. Colder weather and shorter days trigger my depression – I'm sure you can relate. Suddenly, any time after 3 p.m. looks like I should be napping and anything that requires more than a jacket and scarf makes me feel like I shouldn't be leaving the house. Fewer people are out and more people are just snuggling up with their lovers and friends. It usually means you're probably spending more time alone too. I have too much time to think, too much time staying in, and rarely any time in the sun.

When this happens, people start to inevitably feel "down in the dumps" as the days get shorter and the nights get colder. It's a little thing that experts refer to as "seasonal depression."

Living in New York City has always meant that I would see these colder months and shorter days for solid 3-4 months every year. I know I can't be alone in this, so I've compiled a list of things you can do to make sure that no matter how cold or how lonely you feel, you can combat the cold weather blues one sun-less day at a time.

Sources: PizzaBottle
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