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Tips to Deal With Winter Depression

Fading daylight along with dropping temperatures during winters can leave many with winter blues, but a few have severe symptoms that can affect work and well-being. Seasonal affective disorder or SAD is a kind of depression that occurs at a certain time of the year, usually winters. Some people even get the summer blues or SAD […]

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December is Seasonal Affective Disorder Awareness Month

According to a National Alliance on Mental Illness study, up to 20 percent of Americans suffer from some type of depression. “The holidays can be a difficult time of year for many who have lost loved ones or are unable to be together, and it can be especially hard on seniors,” said Dr. Casey Hanna, […]

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SAD Awareness Month

December is a busy month. Preparing for the holidays, shopping for gifts, decorating, baking, and pinching pennies to make it all happen can bring about stress, sadness, and depression. The shorter days and additional darkness may bring about Seasonal Affective Disorder. The symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder are mild to severe depression, weight gain, daytime sleepiness, […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder Awareness Month

Spotting the Signs of Seasonal Affective Disorder Does colder weather get you down? For many people, the shorter days and long, dark nights of fall and winter can lead to a mild or severe depression known as seasonal depression, or seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Anyone of any age can develop SAD, although women in their […]

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