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Seasonal Affective Disorder Association

  
Address:PO BOX 332
WALLINGFORD
OX10 1EP
Helpline:Contact CALL
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Email:support@sada.org.uk
Web Site:www.sada.org.uk
  
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Description:Telephone helplines are available for members Sada (Seasonal Affective Disorder Association) is a voluntary organisation and registered charity. SADA aims to be a source of information about SAD for the public, health professionals and the media. We are dedicated to informing and supporting SAD sufferers throughout the UK and beyond. Members of SADA have access to their own area on the SADA website where they can download our information booklet, newsletters and scientific and general articles. The newsletters and booklet are also available by post on request. SAD is a debilitating illness caused by lack of bright light mainly during Autumn and Winter. The main symptoms are depression, sleep problems, anxiety, poor cognitive function and social problems. There is often a much improved change of mood in the Spring.
  
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