Tagged: Seasonal Affective Disorder

‘Tis the Season (for Seasonal Affective Disorder that is)

It’s October and while that crisp autumn air is a refreshing change from the dog days of summer, fall also means the days are growing shorter and shorter. With decreased daylight, many people start to feel the effects of┬áseasonal affective disorder (SAD). For more info about SAD and how to combat it, check out the […]