Seasonal Affective Disorder Resources, Support and References

Seasonal Affective Disorder Support Groups

One of the most effective ways of treating seasonal affective disorder is to join support groups that are dedicated to individuals suffering from this disorder. They can provide encouragement and assistance to individuals suffering from seasonal affective disorder.

Healia Health Community for Seasonal Affective Disorder

This group provides information about seasonal affective disorder. It also gives patients the opportunity to share their experiences with the disorder, as well as get in touch with other people who are also suffering from the disorder.

Seasonal Mood Disorder 365

This is a blog site designed for individuals suffering from seasonal affective disorder. It provides information on treatment, causes, and other information on the disorder.

Society for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms

This is a non-profit international organization dedicated to the promotion of research, professional development, and clinical applications of light therapy and biological rhythms.

Seasonal Affective Disorder References

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Mayo Clinic

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Psych Central

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