Learn how to deal with seasonal affective disorder so you don't feel so sad.
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Step 1: Know what SAD is. Know what Seasonal Affective Disorder is. Called SAD for short, it's the depression some people feel during the winter, when there are fewer daylight hours. The cause is unknown, but it's suspected that lower levels of sunshine can affect some people's body clocks, hormones, and brain chemicals.

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