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A.Vogel Talks SAD

Is your mood related to the seasons?

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a kind of depression linked with the changing seasons, most commonly experienced during the winter months. Here at A.Vogel Talks SAD, our mental wellbeing advisor Marianna Kilburn explains what SAD is, and gives advice on managing the condition. There is also a Q&A service where you can ask Marianna any extra questions you have about SAD.

We all know how to look after our physical health, but when it comes to looking after our mental health it can be difficult to know where to begin.

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Did you know?

1 in 3 people in the UK are estimated to suffer with Seasonal Affective Disorder, and women are 40 per cent more likely than men to experience symptoms of the condition!

Why women are more SAD than men!
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