Can I have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) in the summer?

Women talking to a therapist regarding SAD

Discover how seasonal affective disorder (SAD) can affect individuals during the warmer months, with around 10% experiencing symptoms in summer. Learn about the signs, factors, and tips for managing summer SAD, including maintaining routines, staying connected, and seeking professional help. Find ways to lift your mood and thrive during the sunny season.

Acupuncture & Counseling

Women with acupuncture needle between eyebrows

The state of the mind and emotion is intimately connected with the health and wellness of the body. A holistic approach to healing the whole person—the mind, emotions and body—is essential for addressing the stress caused by our modern lifestyles and acupuncture combined with counseling is an effective strategy to consider implementing.

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