Have Trouble Coping When the Clocks “fall Back?” You May Have Seasonal Affective Disorder Aka.. S.AD

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The clocks “fall back” November 6, 2016 which means that there will be less day light. Many people chalk up feeling blue in winter as simply a fact of cold weather and lack of sunshine. But 4 to 6 percent of people may have a winter depression which is clinically referred to as Seasonal Affective Disorder. Another 10 to 20 percent may have mild SAD.

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