Are holidays a source of Seasonal Affective Disorder?

Are holidays a source of Seasonal Affective Disorder?

Seasonal Affective Disorder affects about 5 percent of all adults in the country, and women are diagnosed four times more often than men.

COLUMBUS — For many, the shorter days and falling temperatures in winter can trigger Seasonal Affective Disorder, also known as SAD. As a clinical psychologist who treats SAD, Sally Weinstein from the University of Illinois at Chicago explains the symptoms c… [+2078 chars]

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