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Seasonal Affective Disorder
Seasonal Affective Disorder is a type of depression that impacts people at different periods during the year, but is most common during the winter months.
It’s common to notice a change in feelings when the clocks are moved or access to daily sunlight changes, but if these feelings are impacting on a person’s daily life and seem to reoccur around the same time each year, this could be linked to Seasonal Affective Disorder.
There is information and support available for students experiencing Seasonal Affective Disorder, please see the external organisations below:
Mental health information, support, research and campaigning.
Scotland’s national health information service helping the people in Scotland to make informed decisions about their own health.
A website for people with depression or seasonal affective disorder (SAD) to get information.