How to identify and manage seasonal affective disorder

Published: Nov. 16, 2022 at 8:10 AM EST
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BINGHAMTON, NY (WBNG) - For several days in October and November, we had some unseasonably warm weather in the Southern Tier, but now winter is here and with that comes seasonal affective disorder -- also known as S.A.D. It’s something millions of Americans have to deal with during the colder months. Counselor and Founder of the Hope Center in Kirkwood, Kevin Hope, explains how to identify the symptoms of S.A.D. and how to manage them.