Most mothers have days when they feel low. This is perfectly normal. Looking after a
baby, being constantly on call and coping with the daily demands of life is not easy.
However, mothers who start to feel more lethargic than usual and perhaps socially
withdrawn as the winter season draws in could find themselves experiencing the ‘winter
The ‘winter blues’ (also known as seasonal affective disorder), affect about one in 15
adults in the UK. More women suffer from the winter blues than men, although children
and adolescents are also vulnerable. The winter blues are extremely rare in countries
where daylight hours are long, constant and extremely bright.
For the full article click follow this link Beating the Winter Blues - Top Tips.pdf
By Dr Lin Day (founder of Baby Sensory, Hello Baby, and Toddler Sense)