Along with other New Year’s resolutions, many of us aim to start the new year by eating healthier, which typically includes consuming less sugar. However, when the sun goes down and those late-night cravings set in, what do you do when you need something sweet?
It is that time of year again – the time many of us set New Year’s resolutions. While there are endless goals you could set for yourself and numerous reasons behind them, some of the common resolutions that come up each year can also help reduce your risk of dementia.
A lot changes with the seasons. From the weather and types of activities we participate in to the foods we eat and even our overall mood, our routines change depending on the time of year. But for some, these changes can cause seasonal depression or Seasonal Affective Disorder.