Why winter depression happens? scientists believe winter depression is related to the way the body responds to daylight. When daylight enters our eye it stops the production of the sleep hormone, melatonin in our body and this process helps us to get awake. Scientists believe in SAD sufferers produces a higher level of melatonin levels during winters and this causes them to feel lethargy and depression.
How to fight winter depression:
1. Spend more time outside in the sun: get outside as often as you can, especially on bright days. Sitting by a window can also help.
2. Eat a lot of fruits and vegetables: Winter blues generally increase the curving for swe…