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Here are the symptoms of both and notice the symptoms are different: Fall and winter seasonal affective disorder (winter depression) * Depression * Hopelessness * Anxiety * Loss of energy * Social withdrawal * Oversleeping * Loss of interest in activities you once enjoyed * Appetite changes, especially a craving for foods high in carbohydrates * Weight gain * Difficulty concentrating and processing information Spring and summer seasonal affective disorder (summer depression) * Anxiety * Trouble sleeping (insomnia) * Irritability * Agitation * Weight loss * Poor appetite * Increased sex drive [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] With some people, reverse seasonal affective disorder (spring and summer) can bring on symptoms of mania or a less intense form of mania (hypomania).
Some people also receive another benefit from letting some sun hit their skin: it helps reverse seasonal affective disorder (SAD), which is usually caused by lack of sunlight.