Seasonal Affective Disorder: what it is and how to help


[Lavender Magazine, January 11, 2024] Some studies show Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) impacts five percent of the population. Symptoms include periods of sadness, the need for more sleep, increased appetite and weight gain, typically during the fall and winter months. Lavender magazine interviewed Allina Health psychologist Daniel Hurley, PhD, LP about how SAD impacts health, how to try to combat SAD on your own and when you should see a mental health professional.

Read the full article here: Seasonal Affective Disorder in the LGBTQ+ Community and Beyond | Lavender Magazine.

Posted on January 11, 2024 in Mental Health and AddictionDepression

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