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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a winter-borne depression that's related to changes in seasons. SAD begins and ends at about the same times every year. It is common in late fall and early winter. Signs and symptoms of SAD may include:
Symptoms specific to winter-onset SAD, sometimes called winter depression or “winter blues”, may include:
This year with COVID our brains have been on high alert for months now, making us feel on edge, changing sleep patterns and our appetites. These changes become “normal” feelings and our brain starts to rationalize the pandemic and becomes not so worrisome anymore. It’s hard to keep believing that COVID-19 is as dangerous as we are told. That can make us depressed about our situation and resentful about restrictions – especially now when those restrictions are tightening.
Holidays can always bring on sadness and depression. From missing ones that are no longer here with us, financial troubles and now COVID can make a difficult time ten times more difficult. Here are a few tips for coping this holiday season:
Whatever it is that you decide to do just don’t sit on your depression. If you are feeling SAD or any sort of depression seek professional help. There are many resources available to help.