Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is marked by major depression during the fall-winter months, with relief from symptoms during the spring-summer months.
Common symptoms of seasonal depression include feelings of sadness, changes in appetite, sleep disruption, loss of interest in hobbies, and increased fatigue.
In this recent video: “How to Avoid Seasonal Depression with Nutrition and Lifestyle Changes,” I talk about how you can avoid seasonal depression with lifestyle and nutrition changes.
Please share this video with friends and family who may need this information.
To your health and happiness 🙂
Dr. Galit Goldfarb