Seasonal Affective Disorder

October 10, 2019

A local study showed that the number of students who reported feeling “very sad” increased by more than eight percent between the summer and winter of 2018.Counselors at curry health center say that seasonal affective disorder…or s-a-d describes a pattern of depressive symptoms during the fall or winter. One way to deal with s-a-d is by using light therapy also known as happy lamps. UM student Abbie Nordstrom says her happy lamp helped with her first Missoula winter.

Written and edited by Tina Brennan

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