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Don't Brush Off Your Winter Blues: 7 Treatments For Seasonal Affective Disorder

When the season shifts to cooler temps, your mood might shift, too — for better or worse. In the northern latitudes, winter lovers look forward to cozy nights, roaring fires and sparkling snowscapes.

But if you have seasonal affective disorder (SAD), you may find the shorter days lead to a dark and dreary season for your body and mind alike.

SAD is a form of depression that brings about a range of physical and emotional symptoms during the winter months. However, they tend to go away during the spring and summer months as the days begin to lengthen again.

If you’ve felt sad or depressed during...


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