During the colder months, many people deal with SAD. What is SAD? SAD stands for seasonal affective disorder. Visiting Angels Jenkintown shares information regarding SAD and how you can help a loved one who deals with SAD during the winter.
You can start off by encouraging your loved one to exercise more often. A lot of people tend to stay inside during the winter because the freezing temperatures outside are anything but welcoming. You can encourage your loved one to stay active inside. In addition to exercising, eating healthy food can also help your loved one manage their seasonal affective disorder. Healthy food and exercise can go a long way when it comes to a person’s mental and physical health.
For more information, you may visit five tips to overcoming seasonal affective disorder in seniors.