Standard time can drop your mood
Darkness in late afternoon can worsen depression.
It can trigger Seasonal Affective Disorder, SAD.
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Changing to standard time is a period of adjustment for my eating and sleeping habits. To cheer myself up in the winter months, I decorate my house with spring colors right after Christmas, put the Christian music on and try to enjoy my indoors on the computer and doing things like making greeting cards. I also have to take an antidepressant all year round, as I have clinical depression. To compensate for less sunlight, these are the things I do. I am enjoying my life so much more since finding good things to do!