Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a form of depression related to the change of seasons and typically occurs at the same time each year, usually beginning in the fall and continuing through the winter months. “Winter depression” symptoms can include sleeping more, eating more high-carb foods, gaining weight, and feeling fatigued. For those who experience SAD, they can feel it physically as well as emotionally. Click here to read more…
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