Craven: Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

“Regular Exercise Protects Against Depression!” SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER (SAD)

January, 2018

Has your mood darkened with the shorter days and longer nights of fall and winter? If you’re like many people, getting less sunshine and being less active this time of year can contribute to feelings of sadness and apathy that may be associated with Seasonal Affective Disorder (or SAD). The good news is that regular exercise can help boost your mood and guard against symptoms of seasonal affective disorder.

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INSIDE • Taking Control Of Your Health • Exercise Essentials • Patient Spotlight • New Year Nutrition Tips • Staff Spotlight • Grand Expansion Opening • Free Male Pelvic Floor Workshop

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