It’s that time of year where summer beams of yellow give way to soggy streets and early street lights. This time of year is difficult for many people but for someone suffering from depression, bipolar disorder or seasonal affective disorder the change in the weather can be a challenging blow to the spirit.
Having tools to keep the blues at bay can be helpful but it could also be a time to rethink medication doses with your doctor. Many people struggle with autumn. Every 6 months it’s good to rethink what you’re taking, how much you’re taking, and why, especially if seasonal changes affect you. For those not taking medication, this time of the year might mean more indoor activity, creativity and mindfulness. What is your solution to staying sane? Send us your tips and tricks!