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    10 Things You Don't Know About Seasonal Affective Disorder
    Many feel winter is nothing but cold, dark days and nights full of snow and ice and nothing to look forward to. Many do not look forward to autumn, either, because they know that winter will soon be coming. Those who become depressed over it may have something called Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). They may feel depressed, irritable, and tired. Their activity levels decrease, and they find themselves in bed more often.
    This depression disorder not only affects their health, but it also affects their everyday life, including their job performance and friendships.
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