If your feelings of depression and low energy tend to peak in the winter, you may think you are suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), but it could also be something else.
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Good health, both mental and physical, is key to living your best life. While many of us tend to let work and family obligations overrule our health efforts, we owe it to ourselves to take care of our bodies inside and out – by Kimberly Hayes.
The effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) can be physical and mental, with your energy levels dipping and feelings of depression taking over. The source of these symptoms, however, usually has something to do with the state of your mind and mental health.