Well-Being This Week: Ways to relieve Seasonal Affective Disorder symptoms

Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021
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Each week, eJournal highlights a wellness resource to bring attention to the helpful organizations, articles and websites that are available for members or anyone who may need assistance.

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that can occur during certain seasons, triggered by shorter days and less daylight. Learn about common SAD signs, treatment options and ways to relieve symptoms in this article from John Hopkins Medicine on "Seasonal Affective Disorder."

Find additional wellness resources on the MBA's Health & Well-Being page, which was launched in April 2020 to support member wellness during COVID-19. It features helpful resources for coping with stress, anxiety, panic, substance use disorder and more during the pandemic, with links provided by the ABA Commission on Lawyers Assistance Program, as well as the MBA’s own Lawyer Well-Being Committee.