winter depression


seasonal affective disorderIn the previous post, we learned about the main causes of winter depression. Let us summarize it in a few words. Lack of vitamin D, serotonin deficiency, lack of physical motion, cold weather, and unattractive look outside cause winter depression. Of course, there are loads of other things that trigger winter depression. Nonetheless, I am still sure that I have already mentioned the most significant of them. Now, when we know what causes winter depression, it will be very easy to find the necessary steps to combat this disorder.


As I have clarified, lack of vitamin D is one of the things that cause winter depression. We have low levels of vitamin D during winters since we spend less time outdoors. In addition, in winter, the sun is usually closed behind dark clouds. Even though there are clouds covering the sun, it is still possible to get some vitamin D if you will spend more time outdoors. It is not necessary to spend half of your day walking in a cold weather. No, at least one hour a day will suffice to give you some vitamin D.


Liquid vitamin D is sold in every pharmacy. Even if you don't get any vitamin D from the sun, you can get it by drinking liquid vitamin D. Its dosage is very low. It might be less than a tiny drop of the liquid every day. To be honest, I have never drunk vitamin D in my life. One day, I bought it. Then, I looked at the side effects that can be caused by the liquid drug. They are truly scary. Therefore, I decided not to mess with it. However, I am absolutely sure that it is possible to consume liquid vitamin D in adequate dosages with absolutely no side effects.


As you know, a lifestyle with no physical motion leads to the low production of testosterone. Since we are less physically active in winters, this inactivity causes testosterone levels to decline. Heavy physical exercises such as deadlifts, bench press, barbell squats increase testosterone better than any other things. When your testosterone is high, you will usually feel more confident, motivated, and positively aggressive.


Sex triggers the release of dopamine. This neurotransmitter is responsible for the sense of well-being, happiness, and euphoria. Asexual lifestyle will never cure your winter depression. Regular sex is one of the best treatments for Seasonal Affective Disorder.


Eating different food is also known to release dopamine and endorphins. Eating is another good way to always have a positive mood and motivation.

These are some of the methods that will definitely help you cure winter depression. As you see, all of the above-mentioned things are very affordable. Also, there is no need for chemical drugs to combat winter depression. You can successfully cure Seasonal Affective Disorder by using natural means.

Written by Bahtiyar
Bahtiyar is a businessman, Internet marketer, blogger, traveler, and the founder of one of the world's most popular blogs Bahtiyar World.