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Seasonal Affective Disorder

Tips To Reduce SAD This Winter

by Jessica Malen

Seasonal Affective Disorder—or SAD—is a type of depression typically found in northern climates and affects approximately half a million Americans each year with three out of four being women. The season for SAD is September to April with the worst… Continue Reading →

SAD: Seasonal Affective Disorder

by Kim Bielenda

SAD is a clinical form of depression. Many people refer to it as the “winter blues” or “winter depression” because symptoms arrive in the fall and continue into the winter months. This type of depression is typically found in northern… Continue Reading →

How to Fight Seasonal Blues and Stay Active Throughout the Winter

by Jessica Malen

The colder, darker months of the year can be a trying time since access to the outdoors and sunlight can become limited. But that doesn’t mean winter has to be dreary. Read on to check out our guide to help… Continue Reading →

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