Winter blues setting in?
DeKALB – Myke Wilson suffers from many of the classic symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder.
“Every time this time of year I will become depressed and not feel motivated to get up and start the day,” said Wilson, a sophomore studying film/media studies at Northern Illinois University. “Just recently I started having a hard time getting out of bed and the thoughts of just skipping class enter my mind.”
SAD is a low level of depression that occurs each year at the same time, usually starting in fall or winter and ending in spring or early summer, according to Ben Gordon Center. The mood disorder is often attributed to the lack of light during the colder months of the year. SAD is a diagnosable and treatable disorder.
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