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As a translation of the German term “Frühjahrsmüdigkeit” (lit. “spring tiredness”), spring fever is the name for a temporary mood typically characterized by a state of low energy and weariness experienced by many people in springtime. It is not in the category of a diagnosed illness, but rather a phenomenon thought to be initiated by a change in the season.