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Can Your Choice of Window Treatments Help with Seasonal Affective Disorder?

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Seasonal depression As the days begin to get shorter, many people begin to feel sluggish, finding it harder to concentrate and maintain their motivation.  Commonly this is referred to as the winter blues.  For some people, the decrease in daylight hours leads to more extensive depression, known as seasonal affective disorder.  This condition often begins in September or October and lasts through March or April, and the American Academy of Family Physicians estimates that it is experienced by 4% to 6% of the population. Read more »