Spring is here, and every day we’re seeing more signs of the changing seasons: flowers are blooming, birds are singing, and the days are getting longer. At last, we can leave the short, dark days of winter behind, and step into the sunlight feeling energized.

But for some of us, that just might not be the case.

Have you had any thoughts like these lately?:

  • Getting through the work day is a struggle.
  • I’m having trouble sleeping.
  • I’m having anxiety and negative thoughts.
  • Everything just feels like too much.

You may be thinking that these statements sound suspiciously like Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD. But if SAD is also known as the “winter blues,” why is this happening in the spring? More importantly, what can you do about it?

Whether you call it spring tiredness, spring jet lag, or hibernation hangover, the truth is, the end of winter might not leave you with a spring in your step. In this podcast, I’ll give you five tips for getting through this transition period and overcoming your spring tiredness.

Getting back into balance will take a conscious effort. Use these tips to help minimize stress and find new ways to boost energy from the inside, as well as the outside.

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