You can learn more about Seasonal Affective Disorder in this week’s blog and Physician’s Fact. SAD is now a recognized depressive disorder and we understand it occurs during the fall and winter months.
As the days grow shorter and there is less light, hormonal influences in our brains lead to lower levels of those precious neurotransmitters (such as serotonin). So, SAD is a mostly physical disorder. Check out this week’s blog for more information on how to handle SAD.