When the fall months roll in, seasonal depression arrives for some people too. The Mayo Clinic website describes seasonal affective disorder as a kind of depression that happens at the same time each year. For most people, the symptoms of this depression start in the fall and carry over into the winter. By March or April, the symptoms begin to subside. People who are affected by it might be tempted to just call it the winter blues. Because SAD occurs mainly in the winter months, it can also be referred to as winter-onset depression. But SAD can also occur, although
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