Seasonal Affective Disorder.
As a natural accompaniment to the main article, let’s take a look at Seasonal Affective Disorder – usually shortened to SAD (quite appropriately):
There is a Seasonal Affective Disorder Association and they define SAD as “a type of winter depression that affects an estimated 7% of the UK population every winter between September and April, in particular during D...
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