“Winter is coming!” is the catch phrase in the TV show, Game of Thrones. And that may mean a person can feel a bit down. This is a situation in which a plumber may not be able to help. 😊
According to Plumber Perth, it’s a common feeling. About 20% of the population are affected by SAD’s this time of the year, Seasonal Affective Disorder. Yes, they have an acronym for it! There is a lot of good info on this website about having a healthy home, but a healthy mind is pretty important as well. Home health and mental health probably go together, hand in hand. If you want to lighten up as winter sets in, here’s a few ideas that might help.
- Open your curtains or blinds and let the world inside.
Sit near windows whenever possible.
SAD is caused by a lack of sunlight. Natural light is there even on a cloudy day, so, soak it up.
- Buy and set up a daylight lamp.
There are lamps that simulate daylight and can boost your energy and be a mood changer on dreary, dull days. Check out Amazon for one of these.
- Action! Motion!
Do away with anxiety and depression by indulging your body in a bit of exercise to improve your fitness. That doesn’t mean join a gym either. Rug up and go for a walk around the neighbourhood. Buy a yoga mat and follow a YouTube video.