Am I Suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)?

The end of daylight savings times results in shorter days. Shorter day lengths are associated with seasonal changes in mood known as SAD (seasonal affective disorder).

For many of us, we feel the subtle effects of shorter days such as a lack of energy. Some call this the Winter Blues.

If you feel as if you have more than the Winter Blues, seek help with a licensed mental health professional or talk with your primary care provider.

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