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Webinar: How Seasonal Affective Disorder Uniquely Affects People with ADHD

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that takes hold during the dark winter months. These “winter blues,” which are more common among people with ADHD, can cause feelings of sadness and depression, sap energy and motivation, and change sleep patterns.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to recognize seasonal mood changes and their effects on ADHD symptoms
  • The ways in which late sleep patterns affects circadian rhythm and SAD
  • How chronic sleep deprivation affects your health
  • About therapies and strategies to improve mood, energy, and sleep during the winter months, including melatonin and light therapy

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