Beating The Winter Blues With Green

January 12, 2018 12:02 PM
 
 

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) affects roughly 10 million Americans, a seasonal pattern that begins in the fall or winter and subsides in the spring when more sunlight returns.

While not a cure for serious mental health issues, experts with the University of Tennessee say indoor plants can beautify your surroundings and perhaps improve your outlook.

In the report from Charles Denney of the UT Institute of Agriculture, there’s evidence for growing self-care.

Watch the story on AgDay above.

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