Daylight Savings Time

Toward the end of the year, some people get into the spirit of the holidays while others experience the winter blues. When it comes time for daylight savings, the days get shorter and darker which could affect anyone’s mood. With it being cold and dark outside, it can be hard to find the motivation to get outside and exercise or just get some fresh air which is why light therapy is a very important to add to your daily routine.

Light therapy for seasonal depression includes sitting in front of a light box for about 30 minutes each day – you can even use the therapy lamp while you get ready in the morning or eat breakfast. Using the light therapy box will help give your body more energy and put you in a better mood.

When the end of Daylight Savings time hits, many people automatically feel a shift in their mood and energy levels but with the right methods, SAD winter blues can be avoided!