Black People And Seasonal Depression: How To Combat Seasonal Affective Disorder
The summer is over and as the season changes from fall to winter, so can our moods.
Shorter days mean less time to enjoy the sunlight and lower temperatures can keep us cooped up in the house for longer periods.
These shifts in the seasons can have drastic effects on a person's mental health.
According to BU Today, an estimated 10 million Americans suffer from what is known as seasonal affective disorder, with women four times more likely to be diagnosed than men.... Read more