Pastry and sweet cravings are a harbinger of depression …

Specialist Psychologist Sera Elbaşoğlu stated that seasonal depression is a type of depression and said, “Although there is no clear reason, it is thought that shorter days and less daylight in the autumn and winter months cause depression symptoms by making some chemical changes in the brain. It is also thought that there may be a relationship between melatonin, a sleep-related hormone, and seasonal depression. The seasons and daylight have many physiological and psychological effects…

"Pastry and sweet cravings are a harbinger of depression …"