While Christmas is supposed to be “the most wonderful time of the year,” often times, the holiday season is when stress, anxiety, and depression are at an all time high. Financial issues, missing loved ones, busy schedules, and other stressors can all lead to seasonal depression. The loss of sunlight and unhealthy eating are also big factors. According to the National Alliance on Mental Health, 64% of people are affected by holiday blues, so trust us when we say that if you are feeling this way, you’re definitely not alone!
If you find yourself feeling overly fatigued, frustrated, lonely, sad, or wanting to be isolated, there’s a good possibility you are suffering from holiday blues. This is a period of depression and will usually go away after the holiday or winter season, but should still be taken very seriously! If your feelings become too overwhelming, make your feelings known and talk with someone about your anxiety or depression. If your symptoms have yet to take a serious toll on you, try these tips to help you feel better and to prevent getting the holiday blues next year:
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