PPMW| Seasonal Affective Disorder
This week's joint article with Inspire Workplaces (in our Promoting Positive Mental Wellbeing series) is about Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a form of low mood that affects some people during the winter months, particularly during the December, January and February. One hypothesised cause is a biochemical imbalance in the brain with the reduction of sunlight and daylight hours also being implicated.
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