Don't Skimp on Sleep
Since fatigue is a common symptom of SAD, keeping a consistent sleep schedule is essential. Bradley Seymour, PhD, an assistant teaching professor of psychology at Syracuse University, explained that you might feel like hibernating, but sleeping all day isn't really feasible when you have classes to attend, as well as other obligations.
"Given that you're in college, the bulk of your work has to be done during this really difficult period," he told POPSUGAR. Going to bed at the same time every night will help program your internal clock and keep you on task during the day.