The Hibernation Response: Why You Feel Fat, Miserable, and Depressed from October Through March--and how You Can Cheer Up Through Those Dark Days of Winter
For the 25 percent of the human race that suffers from the Hibernation Response comes a self-help book whose new theory goes beyond the much-publicized Seasonal Affective Disorder. The authors tell how to feel energetic and enthusiastic in the middle of winter.
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