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Seasonal Affective Disorder - Europe PMC

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Last Updated: 12 December 2021

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Seasonal affective disorder and engagement in physical activities among adults in Alaska.

Seasonal affective disorder is a sort of clinical depression in which signs and symptoms take place throughout a particular period. While exercise has been shown to improve signs and symptoms for anxiety in general populations, the partnerships in between exercise and experiences of seasonality and SAD stay underexplored. Results show that 18. 68% of our research study participants meet the standards for winter-pattern SAD and 43. 96% meet the criteria for subsyndromal SAD. We performed two regressions to understand experiences of SAD and predictors of seasonality extra normally. Sex was a substantial forecaster of SAD, with women a lot more most likely than males to experience SAD.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/33871315

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