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What is SAD?

SAD stands for Seasonal Affective Disorder. It affects approximately 10% of the population and more commonly women.

Symptoms generally become apparent as the seasons change from Summer to Autumn when daylight decreases and our serotonin levels also decline.

Serotonin is a brain chemical produced on waking which keeps us alert, focused and our mood uplifted.  

In SAD sufferers, the reduced daylight may cause symptoms similar to depression.

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