This Is Your Brain On Autumn
The days are getting shorter, evenings chillier, and the leaves are starting to turn. But those are not the only changes occurring this season. What most people don’t know is our brain and bodies are changing too. From your mood to your sleep, fall may throw you for a loop.
You may start to sleep more every day and you could feel something called seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, which causes us to have depression-like symptom. In addition, you may want to eat more carbs and spend less time socializing compared to the summer. But the good news is that you do not have to fear fall. Take this What Color Is Your Autumn Energy? quiz to see how your fall energy levels will be this season.