Tranquil forest landscape with flowing stream. Changing seasons affect mental health.

How Do Seasons Affect Mental Health?

Seasonal changes can significantly impact mental health, resulting in mood fluctuations and symptoms of depression and anxiety. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) can occur in both winter and summer due to shifts in sunlight and weather patterns. Signs of SAD include changes in sleep, appetite, behavior, and mental health symptoms. Treatments such as light therapy, medications, behavioral therapy, and Vitamin D supplements can help manage SAD effectively. It is important to recognize these symptoms and seek appropriate support to maintain mental well-being year-round.

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