Understanding Seasonal Affective Disorder as winter approaches

Winter weather scenic photoFor most of the United States, winter came early this year. According to The Weather Channel, since mid-November there have been more than 400 cold and record breaking lows covering 43 states. With this weather change, those suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder may need to prepare for a longer season of symptoms with these temperatures.

Learn more about what SAD is, its symptoms, what causes SAD and what you can do about it.

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