As winter continues on, you may start to feel more tired and depressed.
Health Sciences North says this is called the “winter blahs” or a mild case of Seasonal Affective Disorder.
H-S-N Social Worker Cindy Gervais says when it’s cold out, people typically stay bundled up inside.
Gervais says there are ways to fight the winter blahs.
Gervais says to battle the winter blahs, you should stay active, connect with friends and get as much natural light as possible.