Autumn. Daylight hours have become shorter. The season of depression has arrived. Tell us how you deal with them?
Autumn. Daylight hours have become shorter. The season of depression has arrived. It is precisely because of the lack of light and heat in autumn and winter that various emotional disorders often occur. Doctors even identify a special form of depression associated with a lack of sunlight.
Most often women suffer from depression - they account for as much as 80% of cases of this disease. Moreover, the closer to the North you live, the higher your risk of "catching" the autumn blues. And this means that most Russian women risk spending the next few months in a state of despondency.
And then there's the flu epidemic, which makes women (and men too) worried about the he alth of their children and loved ones. This increases stress and provokes the development of depression.
However, there is good news. Most forms of fall/winter depression are mild and mild and can be managed without medication.
We each have our own proven way of managing our moods. Aromatherapy helps someone, while someone tries to walk more often or meet friends.
Share your good mood recipes with us. We will place the best of them in our catalog of tips for all occasions, in the Stress and Depression section.