The first days of fall can be a beautiful time and a great opportunity to be outside. But as the season continues to shift, it is not uncommon to also experience a shift in mood.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that is brought on by the changing of seasons. Also known as seasonal depression, SAD can worsen existing depression or bipolar disorders.
While it occurs most often in winter months, people with SAD may feel depressed during any seasonal change, including the summer.Read more on headsupguys.org