Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal affective disorder is classed as a form of depression that is linked to the changes in seasons. Symptoms tend to become apparent in the Autumn and continue through to early Spring, during which time you may feel moody, down or lacking in energy. While often thought of simply as ‘the winter blues’ it can often be far more than that and it definitely worth taking seriously. For more information and details of how we can help please get in touch >

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