CHICAGO (WLS) -- When we set our clocks to "fall back" for daylight saving time each year, we invite an earlier nightfall into our lives.
The evening darkness that now greets us at about 4:30 p.m. every night can prompt a case of the winter blues, commonly referred to as seasonal depression.
Dr. Gail Saltz joined ABC7 to share some advice on how to beat that winter blues.
Saltz talked about how common seasonal depression is and how adults and kids can both be affected by it. She offered her thoughts on steps people can take to get through the 2021 winter season.
Here are some tips for dealing with seasonal depression during Chicago winter
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