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Seasonal affective disorder

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of mood change that is related to a determined season of the year; it is especially prevalent in the months of winter when days are shorter, it gets dark earlier, the weather is bad; cold and the lack of light affect mood in many people. If the feelings of depression and lack of interest last longer than a couple of weeks, it is called seasonal affective disorder (SAD), and in winter, winter depression.

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