Woes include travel chaos, feeling poor after Christmas, lack of daylight and failed New Year’s resolutions, a general drop in motivation, the Daily Mail reported.
A report suggested that a major reason for a drop in motivation comes from the continued winter darkness after the brief highlights of Christmas and New Year.
A survey by Anglian Home Improvements into the impact of reduced daylight over the winter months found that the vast majority of us feel it has a negative impact on our wellbeing.
Their report claims 79 per cent of us feel that limited hours of daylight has a negative effect on our mood.
According to a spokesman for the company, which quizzed 2,000 respondents, the survey shows a clear link between natural daylight, mood and motivation.
Good news is that we are likely to be in better form tomorrow.