Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) refers to episodes of depression that occur every year during fall or winter. Symptoms improve in spring and summer.
Depression - winter; SAD
The disorder may begin in adolescence or early adulthood. Like other forms of depression, it occurs more often in women than in men.
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