More than half of Minnesota’s mental health professionals report seeing anxiety, depression and chronic psychological…
Have you heard of Summer Depression?
When we hear of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), we tend to associate it with Winter Depression. SAD is a type of depression that tends to be affected by the time of the year, the light and the weather. The symptoms usually occur during the fall and/or early winter and they improve during spring and summer.
Typical symptoms of SAD (Winter Depression) include:
• Sad and low mood
• Feeling hopeless
• Low energy
• Increased appetite
• Weight gain
• Cravings especially for food high in carbohydrates
• Increased sleep or hypersomnia
• Decreased interest in activities we used to enjoy
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