Depression can happen at any time of year, even the carefree days of summer.
9. Your sleep is screwed up -- Long summer days can mean getting up earlier and going to bed later, which can lead to sleep deprivation. Michael J. Breus tells Health.com your body releases more of the stress hormone corisol when you're sleep deprived, which can lead to depression.
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