The colder seasons bring a lack of sun and the daylight to enjoy it, as well as freezing temperatures and less time spent outside. Everyone can feel a little blue during this time, but those suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) are hit much harder. This form of depression can severely cripple a person; leaving them feeling constantly fatigued and unable to accomplish any of the regular day to day activities. Symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder The symptoms of SAD are similar to many forms of depression; social withdrawal, anxiety, hopelessness and lack of energy, among others. How these symptoms
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