Women are more likely to suffer the 'winter blues' than men, study says



Women are greatly affected by the changes in the seasons making them more likely to suffer the 'winter blues' than men, a new study found.
Research shows that shorter days and colder temperatures trigger seasonal affective disorder (SAD) causing symptoms of low mood, irritability and fatigue.
Though symptoms were found to be more severe during the winter, the study also revealed that they are present in women year-round when the temperatures dip during the summer. Longer days in the summer were also found to make women more tired than men.
The findings offer insight for clinicians around... read more

 
8 January 2018 in Health, Views: 41
Source: Daily Mail
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