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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

SAD is a type of depression which is experienced during particular seasons or times of year. This condition is usually most common in the winter months and symptoms often include lack of energy, sleeping a lot, feeling sad, low, tearful, guilty or hopeless, difficulty concentrating, changes in eating habits such as feeling more hungry, not wanting to see people, loosing interest in sex or physical contact..

BWRT (BrainWorking Recursive Therapy) can be very effective in helping people with this condition, in addition to firstly seeking help from a medical professional such as a GP.


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