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Michigan’s Long, Dark Winters Can Lead to “Winter Blues” or More Severely, SAD

If this is making you feel depressed, you are probably not alone.

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Metro Detroit has experienced a grey and record-breaking cold winter. Well, if this is making you feel depressed, you are probably not alone. There might be a clinical reason behind feeling down; you could suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) a type of depression related to changes in seasons. Ben Robinson is President of Rose Hill Center, a Michigan psychiatric center. He spoke to WDET’s Martina Guzman about the symptoms of SAD.

 

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Martina Guzman, Feature Reporter

Martina Guzmán is WDET’s community reporter. She is committed to bringing the voice of marginalized communities to WDET listeners.

mguzman@wdet.org Follow @MGuzman_Detroit

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