Quiz: What is Seasonal Affective Disorder?
If you notice bouts of depression that seem to accompany seasonal changes, you may suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
Take the following quiz below to learn more about this condition.
Remember, It is very important that you do not diagnose yourself with seasonal affective disorder. If you have symptoms of depression, see your doctor for a thorough assessment.
1) People with seasonal affective disorder feel sad only during the winter.
2) Women and teens are more likely to develop SAD than others.
3) SAD is more common in northern regions.
4) A good way to combat SAD in the winter is to get outdoors every day even if it is overcast.
5) In some cases of SAD, a physician or therapist may prescribe light therapy.