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Fall time change induces seasonal affective disorder

Doctor:?2-year pattern indicates depression

November 12, 2013
By LAUREN LINHARD - Sentinel reporter ( , Lewistown Sentinel

LEWISTOWN As the days get shorter and the nights get longer, it's normal to be distracted by feelings of drowsiness and irritability as the body works to adjust to seasonal changes. But it's when these feelings develop into seemingly permanent fatigue, lack of interest and social withdrawal that a person may be experiencing seasonal affective disorder.



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