With an acronym of SAD, some people may not take Seasonal Affective Disorder seriously. However, there is a definite link between the amount of sun a person gets, their levels of Vitamin D and mental health. Simply put, during seasons with little or no sun, some people are more likely to have to deal with depression more frequently.
The good news is that there are many things that can be done to help with Seasonal Affective Disorder. If you think you are suffering from SAD, in the first instance please book an initial consultation with one of our experts.
(Note: SAD is also sometimes classified as a subtype of Depressive Disorders.)