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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) E-mail
A Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a state of mind under the influence of the change of seasons disruption. The problems with SAD can vary from a slightly tired feel to a heavy depression. Terms used in this context that are spring fatigue, tiredness and winterdepressie autumn. For all forms, a lack of (sun) light mainly caused complaints.

Spring and autumn are fatigue lighter forms of SAD and are accompanied by symptoms such as fatigue, lethargy and loss of concentration. A reduced need for social contacts, pessimism, mood swings and a great need for carbohydrates are often associated symptoms.

People who suffer from a winterdepressie be lifeless and gloomy during that period. The most striking symptoms are: - a disturbed sleep pattern - a disturbed eating pattern - a feeling of depression for no apparent reason seems to be

For people with winterdepressie is that they sometimes 14 hours of sleep a lot, but are still broken up. Also coming evening is often difficult to sleep. Overall, they experience a constant feeling tired during the winter. Often these people also need a lot of carbohydrates in the winter months. This is sometimes associated with weight gain, which in turn decreases the spring.

The cause of SAD is still sought, but it seems to be related with the biological clock that is affected by the amount of light. Through the retina is in sunlight, that chemical processes in the brains launching. This occurs in the pineal gland, located in the middle of the brains is. The substances that are created regulate our biological clock. The hormone melatonin is one such substance and caused drowsiness. Perhaps the production of melatonin in people with winterdepressie disturbed, but research has not yet confirmed. Very likely the serotonin levels in people with seasonal depression out of balance, just as people with 'ordinary' depression. This neurotransmitter regulates, inter alia, the feeling of well being.

Aartie Ramcharan

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