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Here are the resources we found for seasonal affective disorder for young people:

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Seasonal Affective Disorder

SAD otherwise known as Seasonal Affective Disorder is a type of depression related to seasonal changes. It usually begins and ends at the same time each year, and most commonly occurs in autumn and continues through the winter months. This video from Kati Morton focuses on SAD, what causes SAD and what you can do if you think you have SAD.

Seasonal Affective Disorder – Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

What is seasonal affective disorder? Seasonal affective disorder is when an individual feels depressive symptoms at the same time each year, usually late autumn through winter. This video shares the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of seasonal affective disorder.

Why Winter makes you SAD: Seasonal Affective Disorder Explained

Ever wondered what Seasonal Affective Disorder actually is? Or if it’s even a real thing? What causes it? Kate from The Royal Institution tackles sudden changes in hormones and light intensity in an attempt to explain why winter makes you SAD.

Why do we get the Winter Blues?

Humans may not hibernate, exactly, but that doesn’t necessarily mean we’re totally unaffected by the changing of seasons. This video from SciShow Psych explores what seasonal affective disorder is, and bust some myths about seasonal affective disorder including results of interesting research.

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Many people can experience low periods during the autumn and winter months which coincides with daylight hours becoming shorter. However, for some people, these feelings can develop into seasonal affective disorder, a type of depression that affects people due to reduced daylight. This webpage from the Priory centre promotes mental health for young people.

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal affective disorder is a type of depression which has a seasonal pattern, most commonly experienced during the winter months, The symptoms experienced are much the same as with depression. Typically, these symptoms will lift when the spring arrives. This webpage from Mind Your Head covers the the symptoms of seasonal affective disorder as well as some self-help tips that might help if you have seasonal affective disorder.

Getting through the Winter with SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)

This article from Blurt focusses on seasonal affective disorder and what can be done to combat the symptoms. This is a thorough article that focusses on the lived experiences of people with seasonal effective order and aims to shed light on why it occurs.

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal affective disorder is a type of depression that comes and goes in a seasonal pattern. It can sometimes be called ‘winter depression’ because the symptoms are more apparent and tend to be more severe during the winter. This webpage from NHS Choices contains an overview of seasonal affective disorder, symptoms of the disorder, how it is diagnosed and what can be done in terms of treatment.

Seasonal Affective Disorder

SAD otherwise known as Seasonal Affective Disorder is a type of depression related to seasonal changes. It usually begins and ends at the same time each year, and most commonly occurs in autumn and continues through the winter months. This video from Kati Morton focuses on SAD, what causes SAD and what you can do if you think you have SAD.

Seasonal Affective Disorder – Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

What is seasonal affective disorder? Seasonal affective disorder is when an individual feels depressive symptoms at the same time each year, usually late autumn through winter. This video shares the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of seasonal affective disorder.

Why Winter makes you SAD: Seasonal Affective Disorder Explained

Ever wondered what Seasonal Affective Disorder actually is? Or if it’s even a real thing? What causes it? Kate from The Royal Institution tackles sudden changes in hormones and light intensity in an attempt to explain why winter makes you SAD.

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Many people can experience low periods during the autumn and winter months which coincides with daylight hours becoming shorter. However, for some people, these feelings can develop into seasonal affective disorder, a type of depression that affects people due to reduced daylight. This webpage from the Priory centre promotes mental health for young people.

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal affective disorder is a type of depression which has a seasonal pattern, most commonly experienced during the winter months, The symptoms experienced are much the same as with depression. Typically, these symptoms will lift when the spring arrives. This webpage from Mind Your Head covers the the symptoms of seasonal affective disorder as well as some self-help tips that might help if you have seasonal affective disorder.

Getting through the Winter with SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)

This article from Blurt focusses on seasonal affective disorder and what can be done to combat the symptoms. This is a thorough article that focusses on the lived experiences of people with seasonal effective order and aims to shed light on why it occurs.

Seasonal Affective Disorder

SAD otherwise known as Seasonal Affective Disorder is a type of depression related to seasonal changes. It usually begins and ends at the same time each year, and most commonly occurs in autumn and continues through the winter months. This video from Kati Morton focuses on SAD, what causes SAD and what you can do if you think you have SAD.

Seasonal Affective Disorder – Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

What is seasonal affective disorder? Seasonal affective disorder is when an individual feels depressive symptoms at the same time each year, usually late autumn through winter. This video shares the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of seasonal affective disorder.

Why Winter makes you SAD: Seasonal Affective Disorder Explained

Ever wondered what Seasonal Affective Disorder actually is? Or if it’s even a real thing? What causes it? Kate from The Royal Institution tackles sudden changes in hormones and light intensity in an attempt to explain why winter makes you SAD.

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Many people can experience low periods during the autumn and winter months which coincides with daylight hours becoming shorter. However, for some people, these feelings can develop into seasonal affective disorder, a type of depression that affects people due to reduced daylight. This webpage from the Priory centre promotes mental health for young people.

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal affective disorder is a type of depression which has a seasonal pattern, most commonly experienced during the winter months, The symptoms experienced are much the same as with depression. Typically, these symptoms will lift when the spring arrives. This webpage from Mind Your Head covers the the symptoms of seasonal affective disorder as well as some self-help tips that might help if you have seasonal affective disorder.

Getting through the Winter with SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)

This article from Blurt focusses on seasonal affective disorder and what can be done to combat the symptoms. This is a thorough article that focusses on the lived experiences of people with seasonal effective order and aims to shed light on why it occurs.