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Home > Finally! Natural Relief for SAD Sufferers
Finally! Natural Relief for SAD Sufferers
by Dave Foreman
This year alone, more than 35 million Americans will struggle with Seasonal Affective Disorder, appropriately given the acronym SAD, a form of depression that usually begins in autumn and lasts five to seven months until spring.
According to the National Mental Health Association, SAD was first noted as early as 1845, but was not officially named until the early 1980Õs. The most difficult months for SAD sufferers are January and February, and young people and women are at a higher risk of suffering from the disease. The early loss of sunlight in the winter appears to induce chemical changes in the brain that bring on depression.When the days grow longer in the spring, symptoms disappear, not reappearing until the following autumn or winter. Many people experience seasonal mood changes or other SAD symptoms and are completely unaware this condition actually exists.
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