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Project Summary Seasonal Affective Disorder is a disorder that I believe is a lot more serious than the medical community would like to think and that maybe we need to look into more effective ways to treat this disorder along with other mental diseases SAD can be a serious mental illness that can affect a persons mood during certain times of the year and ultimately affect important aspects of an individuals life Here the effects of SAD specifically refer to the daily rituals and social aspects of a persons personal life and their families lives Researchers really are not sure how this mental illness develops SAD can result from a variety of factors isolation lack of social interaction depression or even possibly just a personal matte that could have caused you to hate a certain time of year like a break up or death At times levels of depression and mental illness have increased during the spring and winter months when sunlight and activity can start to lessen due to temperature change Seasonal Affective Disorder is also linking to a whole list of different issues and complications which can arise at anytime while suffering from Seasonal disorder that has adaptability Depression bipolar disorder isolation refusing to eat and staying indoors for extended periods of time and drug abuse are all common occurrences By writing this paper I want to bring awareness to the troubles people with this chemical imbalance in the brain can face not only in the winter but all year around I believe SAD is a mental illness that should not be taken lightly and the sufferer and hisher family musts become aware that some sort of treatment should be pursued in order to help them make the transition into a more positive position in life and even beat this thingIf the public were to become more aware of the signs and symptoms associated with Seasonal
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