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Seasonal depression: why it happens – and how to manage the symptoms

By Harriet Bowyer, Lecturer in Applied Psychology/Clinical Psychologist, Glasgow Caledonian University
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With the weather getting colder and the days becoming shorter, some people are noticing they have less energy and aren’t feeling as positive as they usually do. While these feelings may be temporary for some, around one in three people consistently struggles through the autumn and winter months with a type of depression known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD) – also known as seasonal…The Conversation

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