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MARYVILLE, MO (2011-01-3) Even though the days are getting longer now, the limited sunlight and cold temperatures can translate into a real disease, "Seasonal Affective Disorder", or "SAD".
Depression Can often set in for those hit by this condition, which results from a lack of light. Psychologist Sarah Hanly says healing with "SAD" is often as simple as getting outside more and exercising. Other tips for avoiding the winter blahs include cutting back on carbohydrates and sweets and spending more time with friends and family to lighten your mood.
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