Types of Major Depression
This depression almost always begin and end around the same time of the year because it is triggered and turned off by shifts in the length of the day/night cycle.
People who suffer from seasonal depression or seasonal affective disorder are especially sensitive to the diminishing hours of daylight in the late fall or early winter and go into a kind of depressive hibernation. The episodes usually begin in November or December, are at their worst in December and January, and usually improve with the lengthening of daylight in the spring.
More detailed information about this depression and its treatment can be obtained from:
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