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A cold, dark winter can bring on "cabin fever"

The so-called Polar Vortex has come and gone and there is very little snow in the forecast for Door County in the near future but the cold, dark weather can bring seasonal depression and “cabin fever.” Staying inside and not getting much sunshine can negatively affect your well-being or mental health. Jake Erickson, the Director of the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Door County, says it’s very important to keep yourself stimulated in any way. 

 

 

You can find a list of tips for avoiding the “winter-blahs” in the ADRC February newsletter.

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