4. Get More Fresh Air
While you might be mentally tired at the end of the day, if you aren’t also physically tired then it can be harder to doze off – which contributes to low energy the next day. Many of us spend all day working in an office, then come home only to sit in front of a television. We’re constantly mentally stimulated while being cooped up in small, stuffy environments – it’s hardly any wonder we often struggle to sleep.
Instead, then, try spending some more time outside and exercising so that when you come to hit the hay your body will instantly melt into the bed around you and your brain will be completely ready to switch off. This way you’ll also increase your sun exposure, your fresh air, and more – all of which will combat the effects of SAD.