Mental Health Center Reveals 5 Ways to Beat Seasonal Affective Disorder

Our mental health center reveals five different ways to battle seasonal affective disorder (SAD or seasonal depression). Seasonal affective disorder is a mental condition that typically takes effect on its sufferers around winter each year when everything gets dark earlier.

The lack of sunshine and bright light during the day may bring on this type of depression. Many people feel more down and less energetic in the absence of sunlight, but SAD is marked by more severe symptoms like anxiety, extreme lethargy, depression symptoms, weight gain, oversleeping and a loss of interest in activities you were once interested in.


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