Behind the Front: Beating Weather Blues

Episode #85

Behind the Front: Beating Weather Blues
Temperature, humidity and the amount of daylight can trigger psychological as well as physiological reactions. (Source: WBRC)

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - As the weather changes you may find your mood changing, as well. UAB psychologist Dr. Josh Klapow sits down with WBRC Chief Meteorologist J-P Dice to talk about the effects weather can have on our brain. Temperature, humidity and the amount of daylight can trigger psychological as well as physiological reactions.

Learn how to tell if you’re bad mood is weather related and how to deal with it if it is.

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