There are a variety of different symptoms associated with the condition seasonal affective disorder or SAD. The condition is believed to affect as many as one in fifty UK residents and it is most common among those living at higher latitudes, in both the northern and southern hemisphere. How Seasonal Affective Disorder Impacts Diet A very common symptom associated with sufferers of SAD include changes in appetite at certain times of the year, usually from autumn to spring. Those affected typically recognise that their appetite significantly increases at this time of year; cravings for simple carbohydrates often increase during this
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