Grief Counseling Training Program Article on SAD

Seasonal depression can bring one down and it is more than just the winter blues.   It is important to try to find ways to brighten spirits via light therapies, vitamin D, exercise and other ways to break up the longer dark days.  It is important to try to find some way to find energy and optimism.   Obviously, many of these things can help with winter blues, but if SAD, then it may take more than just a few optimistic thoughts but potentially counseling and medication.

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The article, “Fight Seasonal Depression With 4 Helpful Seasonal Affective Disorder Treatments” by Korin Miller looks at ways to combat SAD.  She states,

“While it’s totally normal to not exactly love winter, if you feel like you tend to struggle emotionally and physically this time of year, you may start to wonder if you’re dealing with the mental health condition, seasonal affective disorder (SAD). SAD can lead to symptoms like feeling depressed most of the day, feeling worthless, having low energy, and losing interest in things you once enjoyed, per the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).”

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