The real reason you get depressed in winter
from New York Daily News
When Manhattan writer Anna Breslaw is invited out for drinks, she usually says no. It's not because she has sworn off alcohol or has other commitments. Breslaw suffers from seasonal affective disorder, also known as winter depression or seasonal depression. Its symptoms include excessive sleeping, low energy and increased anxiety — all caused by lack of natural light.
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