Source: Global News, February 12, 2018
Extreme cold has gripped Saskatchewan for most of the winter, and it may be taking its toll on your mental health.
The brutally cold temperatures, less sunlight, less time spent outdoors and extra effort to get out of the house are factors that can be detrimental to your mental health.
“I think the main effect of a cold winter is isolation. People are less likely to go out, they don’t plan activities as much,” Canadian Mental Health Association Saskatchewan archivist Jayne Whyte said.