SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) is also know as ‘winter depression’ or ‘seasonal depressive disorder’. The symptoms often begin in the autumn as the days start getting shorter.
They’re typically most severe during December, January and February. SAD often improves and disappears in the spring and summer, although it may return each autumn and winter in a repetitive pattern.Most people feel some difference to their mood during the winter months.
An increased need for sleep or comfort eating, feeling quieter and and even lethargic are some of the more common symptoms. Some anxiety sufferers have a tendency to witness seasonal affective disorder symptoms and will always feel that their anxiety is worse during the autumn/winter months of theRead more on nopanic.org.uk