The days are getting shorter with less light as we head into fall. As this change occurs, do you find yourself:

Feeling listless, sad, or blueLosing interest in activities you once enjoyed

Having low energy and feeling sluggishExperiencing carbohydrates cravings, overeating, and gaining weight

Having difficulty concentrating

Seasonal affective disorder or SAD is a type of depression characterized by its recurrent seasonal pattern. 

In certain cases, these mood changes are more serious and can affect how a person feels, thinks, and manages daily activities.One might even find themselves increasing their use of alcohol for comfort or relaxation. 


To read more on Seasonal Affective Disorder, click on the link below.

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD): More Than the Winter Blues