Do I suffer from SAD?

Seasonal Affective Disorder affects 1 in 15 people in the autumn and winter months- but do you suffer from it? Please note- a GP's opinion should always be sought for proper diagnosis.

Jessica Rach
Created By Jessica Rach
On Sep 22, 2015

I start feeling low when the evenings get darker, earlier.

I find it harder to focus and stay motivated in the winter.

I find it easy to wake up on a dark morning.

I feel demotivated, hopeless and weepy but can't pinpoint why.

I feel more angry or/ and anti social.

You most likely suffer from SAD

You most likely suffer from SAD

You most likely do not suffer from SAD

You most likely do not suffer from SAD