One in four Finns feels that camouflage is a problem. Symptoms can be relieved with familiar tricks, such as bright light. Acceptance training can also be helpful, the psychologist says.
Presently living in the darkest times of the year. The day is at its shortest as the winter solstice on December 21st.
So it’s no wonder if you’re getting a little or a little more tired right now.
A person has a so-called internal clock, or a set of nerve cells that rhythmize the body’s function. Thanks to the internal clock, you can sleep in the evening and get out of bed in the morning.
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