February can be the longest month especially if your mood dips as the seasons change. Seasonal affective disorder or SAD occurs when a lack of sunlight disrupts the body's circadian and serotonin cycles. It is a real form of depression. SAD is considered a form of recurrent major depressive disorder by the American Psychological Association (APA). It usually begins in the fall, with symptoms worsening during the winter months, and improving in the spring and summer. Sometimes the opposite occurs; individuals experience mood problems in the spring and summer, and feel fine during the winter. People often seek the help of a therapist or enter psychotherapy in an effort to ease their symptoms. Many often need medication and alternativeRead More
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