How to Deal with Seasonal Affective Disorder Tip Sheet
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a common type of depression that affects many people, especially in northern regions like Canada, where winters can be cold and dark. This seasonal change can cause people to feel depressed, even if they don’t usually have symptoms the rest of the year. Though SAD most often occurs in the winter symptoms can be present with any seasonal change.
This tip sheet explores common SAD symptoms one may experience and how to adequately prepare for and effectively cope with these unwanted feelings.