As we get deeper into Fall and closer to Winter time, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) becomes more common.
So today I want to talk about SAD. It is a type of depression that comes and goes with season changes. It generally starts in late Fall and early Winter, and goes away during the Spring and Summer. It is thought that SAD is due to changes in the amount of daylight during different times of the year. Symptoms CAN occur in the Summer although they are much less common than in Winter.