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Are You Anxious Now Because of Those Disruptive Shortened Daylight Hours?

Seasonal change brings mood changes for many of us, even when it’s summer and not fall or winter. Why does this happen?

© P. A. Farrell

Seasonal fluctuations mean changes in our exposure to sunlight, which directly affects our mood, and even our food consumption and age plays a role, too. No, there is no mystery here, simply the working of our biology…

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Dr. Patricia Farrell

Dr. Patricia Farrell

Dr. Farrell is a psychologist, consultant, author, interested in writing, and health.