SAD Quiz: Test Your Knowledge

Question 1 of 8

On average, what percentage of the U.S. population suffers from Seasonal Affective Disorder

AOne-ten percent.
B15-20 percent.
C25-35 percent.
D40-60 percent.
AOne-ten percent.
B15-20 percent.
C25-35 percent.
D40-60 percent.
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Question 2 of 8

Which of the following are symptoms for SAD

ACarbohydrate cravings
BLack of energy.
CDifficulty waking up in the morning.
DDepression.
EAll of the above.
ACarbohydrate cravings
BLack of energy.
CDifficulty waking up in the morning.
DDepression.
EAll of the above.
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Question 3 of 8

It is believed that fall-onset SAD is caused by a lack of:

AFresh air.
BLight.
CWarmth.
DExercise.
AFresh air.
BLight.
CWarmth.
DExercise.
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Question 4 of 8

Seasonal Affective Disorder occurs only in the fall and winter.

ATrue.
BTrue.
ATrue.
BTrue.
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Question 5 of 8

According to Winter Blues by Norman E. Rosenthal, M.D., how long ago was the first mention of SAD recorded

AOver 2,000 years ago.
B1865
C1920
D1955
AOver 2,000 years ago.
B1865
C1920
D1955
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Question 6 of 8

There is a greater incidence of SAD:

AAmong men.
BAmong women.
CNeither - men and women suffer from SAD equally.
AAmong men.
BAmong women.
CNeither - men and women suffer from SAD equally.
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Question 7 of 8

Children can have Seasonal Affective Disorder.

ATrue.
BFalse.
ATrue.
BFalse.
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Question 8 of 8

The most common treatment for SAD is:

AExercise.
BA balanced diet.
CStress management.
DLight therapy.
AExercise.
BA balanced diet.
CStress management.
DLight therapy.
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