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    Seasonal depression, otherwise known as Seasonal Affective Disorder or ‘SAD’ has always been thought to affect at least one in twenty people here in the UK. However, new evidence shows that in actual fact, it’s thought to affect a lot more, at least in small doses. The research, commissioned by The Weather Channel and YouGov found that women are 40 per cent more likely than men to experience symptoms of the condition, but that over 50% of adults across the board rated their mood as generally lower throughout the colder, darker months. The common name, ‘winter blues’ sums up the […]
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