Utah Residents at Higher Risk of Depression from Seasonal Affective Disorder
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Depression caused by seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is higher in Utah and other places further from the equator. Psychiatrist Jason Hunziker, MD, talks about why ten percent of people in Utah are at a higher risk and key warning signs that indicate you or a loved one might suffer from SAD. To learn more about seasonal affective disorder treatments, listen to this interview with Dr. Hunziker.
If you or someone you know needs immediate support due to SAD or any other mental health concern, dial 988. In Utah, you can contact the Utah Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255.