Yes, seasonal afffective disorder is real. It is recongnized by the National Institute for Health, and is in the Diagnostic Statistical Manual used by psychologists to diagnose their patients. In the US, it occurs in the northern states in the winter, though some summer cases have been reported. Causes of the condition are not certain, but most claim that the lack of sunlight is to blame.
Ya, its completely true disorder.It is a rear form of depression which appears in the rear region of globe at the same time each year in which person feel depressed, low energized and unexplained fatigues and it is probable occurs due to triggered brain response to decreased daylight exposure.
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