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Re: SAD vs normal automn blues Else

Posted by Mitch on October 25, 2001, at 0:40:33

In reply to SAD vs normal automn blues, posted by Else on October 24, 2001, at 18:11:55

> Over the past few weeks I have been feeling intensely bad. I thought it was a particularly long bout of PMS but PMS is supposed to end once you get your period, this didn't. I usually start feeling crappy around this time of year but I have been told that most people experience some mood fluctuactions as winter approaches. If this is the case then, what differentiates SAD from a "normal" mood drop in october. I have been having this problem since high school : Around october, I can't do my school work, my mind gets blurry, I cry for no reason, I have trouble both falling asleep and getting up in the morning.
> I have problems with mood-instability in general but this is off-the-scale in terms of duration and intensity of bad mood compared to what I usually have to deal with. Can anybody relate to this? Thank you.

Else,

How far up north are you-latitude wise-or rather state or country-wise? I have seasonal wintertime depressions that normally start from last few days of Oct. thru mid-November and do not begin to resolve until late January and don't fully remit until late March. I am in Missouri.

Mitch


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