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The winter time seems to take the most mundane routines and turn them into full marathon-level activities. Getting up in the morning, commuting to work and visiting the grocery store become real chores. But despite its obvious inconveniences, the winter months can take an even higher toll. The fewer hours of sunlight and longer nights contribute to depression and affected levels of vitamin D and melatonin leaving us sluggish and tired.

In some, Seasonal Affective Disorder (aptly shortened to SAD) kicks in around mid-autumn and lasts all the way into winter. More common in those who have a family history of depression, symptoms include pronounced feelings of hopelessness, heaviness, and an overall disinterest in things you once enjoyed.

Fighting off the wintertime weariness isn't hard, but it takes determination. It all comes down to simply taking care of yourself. Check out this infographic for more on how to melt away your winter woes. Tell us what you think about it in the comments, and don't forget to like and share with your friends!

Winter Woes
Source: BestCounselingDegrees.net


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Brian Wallace is the Founder and President of NowSourcing, an industry leading infographic design agency , based in Louisville, KY and Cincinnati, OH which works with companies that range from startups to Fortune 500s. Brian also runs #LinkedInLocal events nationwide, hosts the Next Action Podcast, and has been named a Google Small Business Advisor for 2016-2018. Follow Brian Wallace on LinkedIn as well as Twitter.

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NowSourcing

Brian Wallace is the Founder and President of NowSourcing, an industry leading infographic design agency , based in Louisville, KY and Cincinnati, OH which works with companies that range from startups to Fortune 500s. Brian also runs #LinkedInLocal events nationwide, hosts the Next Action Podcast, and has been named a Google Small Business Advisor for 2016-2018. Follow Brian Wallace on LinkedIn as well as Twitter.

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