Even if you’re not clinically depressed, you may still experience seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Sometimes known as the winter blues, SAD is a type of depression related to changes in season. When there is less sunlight and colder weather, affected individuals may experience fatigue, hopelessness, and depression. This article will explore a few different strategies for coping with and reducing the impacts of seasonal affective disorder this year.
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