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Reverse Seasonal Affective Disorder

Those that have survived the winter and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) still need to be an the alert for Reverse Seasonal Affective Disorder. Many of us can hardly wait for summer to arrive, but a small number of people are much happier when it’s over. You’ve no doubt heard of Seasonal Affective Disorder, the wintertime mood disorder […]

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6 Tips to Help Summer Depression

Notice you’re more grumpy in the summer? Miserable in the heat, plus having kids around for 90 straight days is making you depressed? You are not alone, there are many people during the summer that feel like this, because of one thing: summer depression. Not quite as popular or known as your winter depressions, but […]

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SAD in the summer? Too much sun can give you the blues

If you’re reading this blog, you probably know what Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD is. For those that don’t, it’s when the cold, dark winter days trigger depression. But with summer at it’s peak, and across the country it’s been unbearable heat, another type of depression is getting attention, Summer SAD. Summer SAD is linked […]

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Too Much Sun Giving You The Blues?

Most Seasonal Affective Disorder suffers are feeling better right now. The sun is shining, and many people are out enjoying the nice weather every chance they can get. But there are a few people out there that are waiting for summer to get over. That’s right, there are people that have summer depression. As hot […]

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The Different Forms of Seasonal Affective Disorder

The Different Forms of Seasonal Affective Disorder These are some of the symptoms you can expect to find in most aspects of your life. If you find that you’re out of sorts during the winter, pay particular attention to winter-onset SAD. If you find that summer is especially difficult for you, see if your symptoms […]

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