By Mia Hegarty-Roach, KRHC Psychologist
As the days get colder and daylight hours remain short, many people find themselves feeling down. They may feel blue around the holidays or fall into a slump after the fun and festivities have ended. Some people have more serious mood changes, lasting throughout the fall and winter when there’s less natural sunlight.
This seasonal depression is called seasonal affective disorder, or SAD.