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THURSDAY, Jan. 28, 2016 (HealthDay News) A new study cast doubts on the existence of seasonal depression a mood disorder linked to reduced sunlight in the winter months. This form of depression known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and recognized by the mental health community for nearly 30 years “is not supported by objective data,” the new study claims. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) —also called seasonal depression —is a treatable form of depression that should not be brushed off as just the “winter blues.”. This winter has been a little unusual as the early months were quite warm with more sun, which made it possible to be more active outdoors.
Experts have a few theories, though, starting with how seasonal changes can throw the body’s circadian rhythm (or internal 24-hour clock) off-kilter, all thanks to the fluctuations in natural sunlight that happen as the seasons change (barely-there in the winter, always-there in the summer). Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is not an easy thing to deal with, but luckily, there are ways to manage it. With fall and winter months comes shorter days, less sunlight, and colder. Seasonal depression is a real thing and it’s actually quite common.
It absolutely sucks. You want to feel better but, ironically, many of the things that usually make you feel better won’t work because, in order to do them, it needs to be warmer outside. Is seasonal depression real?
As the temperatures drop and the winter jackets emerge, many people will be diagnosed with seasonal depression, also called seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Amazingly, as the weather changes, up to 10% of people living in northern latitudes will be categorized as depressed. Payton said, “although a lot of people joke around about having seasonal depression, it is a very real thing. Although it can seem silly that depression hits people during certain times of the. Without a doubt, seasonal depression is real.
Here’s how to identify SAD—and remedies that really work to fight it in the winter months. Seasonal depression is a mood disorder that happens every year at the same time. A rare form of seasonal depression, known as “summer depression. Seasonal Affective Disorder is not just a winter phenomenon.
For some people, summer weather can be a trigger for depression. Learn more.
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