Do you think you may have S.A.D?
For many, the winter gray skies and darker days trigger the “winter blues” or other forms of depression. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is one disorder that is triggered by declining daylight and affects about half a million people between the months of September and April. Nearly three out of four SAD sufferers are women. Although many of us experience some symptoms of depression during these months, normal moods and energy levels usually return when spring arrives.