Your browser is not supported. We do our best to optimize our websites to the most current web browsers. Please try another browser.

Fighting SAD: A Self-Care Checklist for the Winter Blues

As much as we hate to admit it, the days are getting shorter and the dark nights are growing longer. For roughly 18 per cent of Canadians, winter means the beginning of seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a mental health diagnosis that can come with signs of depression, sadness and fatigue.

As always, it’s a good idea to speak with your doctor if you suspect you suffer from SAD, but in the meantime here are some suggestions on how we can all up our self-care routine this winter to hopefully get those happy hormones flowing again.


Latest News

This content is restricted to adults of legal age.
Please enter your birthdate to confirm.
Date of Birth