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Autumn has arrived. You may be drowning in a to-do list at work that is getting longer by the minute. Just a few months ago all these responsibilities didn’t faze you at all; after a productive day at work you would leave the office and enjoy the sunshine and a long evening of warm, a summery bliss. 
Now the days are getting shorter, the daylight is waning, and sweater weather is upon us. As the days get darker and colder, you know what is coming and it instills dread within your very soul. Seasonal Affective Disorder is a real thing, and it wreaks havoc on over 10 million Americans every year.  
What is SAD? and what are Symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder:

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