Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder is a condition principally of the winter months because the symptoms become more noticeable between November and February. Sufferers, about 80% of whom are women aged between 15 and 55, often feel better during the summer months only for the features of low mood to return in winter. Dr Paul Lambden explains why no acronym was ever more appropriate than ‘SAD’.

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