Autumn has begun and the days are becoming shorter. For some of us, this is a wonderful time – leaves are starting to change colour, Christmas is drawing ever closer and we can enjoy those cosy nights in. However, many of us struggle at this time of year, and don’t find the cooler weather or shorter days as enjoyable as others. Those of us who experience this may have a condition called Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD. SAD is defined as ‘a depressive illnesscaused by shortened daylight hours and a lack of sunlight’ by The Seasonal Affective Disorder Association. Around 21% of the UK population experience some of the symptoms of SAD. It can be more commonly known as ‘Winter Blues’. We have looked into ways to tackle ‘seasonal affective disorder’ – download our document below and get some tips!