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Chronotherapy for Seasonal Affective Disorder

Chronotherapy for Seasonal Affective Disorder

Chronotherapy is a clinical tool used to treat depression and other affective disorders. In short, it is a strategy to establish appropriate circadian patterns through external stimuli control, proper sleep, and light exposure tools. When used in combination with medication and other treatments, chronotherapy is highly effective for alleviating symptoms related to SAD.

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The Ultimate Guide to Seasonal Affective Disorder

The 2022 Ultimate Guide to Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.), also known as seasonal depression, is a variation of depression that begins and ends around the same time each year. SAD typically occurs during fall/winter months but less commonly occurs in the spring and summer. To be medically diagnosed, you must consistently experience depressive episodes around the same months for at least two years. 

If you consistently feel a surge of sadness, lack of energy, or thoughts of hopelessness during a specific time of the year, you may have seasonal affective disorder. This guide will walk you through what SAD is, the symptoms, how to cope with it, and more. 

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