Does the Cold Make You Feel Sad? These Winter Tips Will Make You Smile Again

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) comes and goes according to the weather and is most common during wintertime. When the sun is gone for extended periods of time, a serotonin drop affects mood and can cause some people to feel sad. If you’re one of them, our winter hacks could change your life.

Positivity can be challenging, but it’s available to anyone who follows these winter tips. Are you ready to embrace the coldest months of the year with a smile on your face?

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