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How to Survive Seasonal Depression, a.k.a. Seasonal Affective Disorder

The Remedy Logo By Leah Groth of The Remedy | Slide 1 of 10: If you suffer from seasonal depression, also called seasonal affective disorder, you aren't alone. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) as many as 6 percent of Americans suffer from SAD, while another 10 to 20 percent may have mild versions of it. And let's be honest: with the reduced daylight hours and cold weather, many of us simply feel the winter blues. If you find yourself diagnosed with SAD, you don't have to move to a warmer climate to feel better. Here are ten things that can help you survive seasonal depression, according to health experts. 

How to Survive Seasonal Depression, a.k.a. Seasonal Affective Disorder

If you suffer from seasonal depression, also called seasonal affective disorder, you aren't alone. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) as many as 6 percent of Americans suffer from SAD, while another 10 to 20 percent may have mild versions of it. And let's be honest: with the reduced daylight hours and cold weather, many of us simply feel the winter blues. If you find yourself diagnosed with SAD, you don't have to move to a warmer climate to feel better. Here are ten things that can help you survive seasonal depression, according to health experts. 

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