Seasonal Affective Disorder

Course overview

Have you ever felt down during the winter? A lot of people have. But sometimes it becomes more than just feeling a little down. Many deal with clinical depression during the winter, or more rarely, during the spring or summer. When your mental health is largely affected by the change in seasons, this is an actual disorder that should be treated by professionals and given thought by you and your employer. This is known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD), and in this course, we'll cover the basics of how to cope with this condition. We'll go over the symptoms, risk factors, effects and complications, and treatment of SAD. We'll also discuss how companies can help employees who live with seasonal affective disorder
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