Posted by IonLoop on January 07, 2013
January and February are the prime winter months when many Americans’ experience the effects of seasonal depression or Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). This condition impacts an estimated 6% of Americans, causing depression, sluggish movements, and a desire to avoid social situations. Does this sound like you on this cold January day? Seasonal depression can also create an urge to overeat, which is never good at the start of a New Year!
Would you believe that as many as 15% of us in the U.S. may experience a milder version that may include only some of the symptoms. This condition is not exclusive to the U.S.; in fact as you travel further from the Equator you will see higher rates of seasonal depression reported throughout the world.
There are a number of ways the medical community suggests to manage the symptoms of seasonal depression or SAD:
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