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Turn that SAD frown upside down this winter
Researchers have long studied the relationship between weather and mood. Although they can’t agree if or how weather affects mood, most do agree that weather conditions can influence each of us in different ways. For example, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is thought to be caused by lack of sunlight in the winter months. Sunlight slows the release of the hormone melatonin, but an increase in this hormone is linked to low energy, lethargy, moodiness and depression.
You can’t control the weather, but you can make minor adjustments if your mood is affected by things like temperature, humidity or precipitation.