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  1. 7 Ways to Help Beat SAD this Winter, According to a Medical Advisor

    by Dr Giuseppe Aragona

    According to research by YouGov and The Weather Group,[1] around 29% of the UK suffers from seasonal affective disorder (SAD) each year, also known as “winter depression”. With lock...

  2. Aromatherapy for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

    by Wendy Gist

    According to the author, SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) affects an estimated half-a-million people every winter, especially December through February. To avoid the mood swings s...

  3. Seasonal Affective Disorder

    by Wendy Morray-Jones

    It has long been known that certain diseases can be linked to the changing seasons. In the fifth century B.C. Hippocrates wrote that "Such diseases as increase in the Winter ought ...

  4. Seasonal Affective Disorder

    by June Butlin

    June Butlin looks at Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). For many people who suffer from SAD, winter (between September and April) can be a time of depression, desolation and emptin...

  5. Seasonal Affective Disorder: Symptoms, Prevalence and Treatments

    by Joe Knight

    This article focuses on Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, a condition prevalent during the winter season, which strikes more than ten million Americans and more than four millio...

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