Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is not the same as having a strong dislike for winter. SAD often begins in the autumn and lasts throughout the darker months, improving in the spring. Those suffering with the condition may experience a very low mood, lethargy, sleepiness and loss of enjoyment in everyday things. SAD can make it extremely difficult to get on with work, home chores and the day-to-day in general.
Thankfully, SAD is treatable and no one needs to suffer alone. Learn all about the symptoms, treatment and copy methods in our infographic.
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