Can The Weather Make You Depressed? Seasonal Affective Disorder, Depression and Vitamin D

Thursday, January 30, 2014 by Meg   •   Filed under Physical Health and Emotion

GET OUTSIDE, SUCKERS!

Yeah, right. It's about two hundred degrees below zero, and snow is bullshit.

Something to consider, though: it is usually right around this time of year when depressive symptoms spike, particularly for those in colder climates. And researchers say that some of these mood changes might be related to low vitamin D levels....  continue reading