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S.A.D (Seasonal Affective Disorder)
Interesting Facts About S.A.D.


What is S.A.D, and When Was It Discovered?
Interesting Facts About S.A.D.
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Did You Know?

-the setting of one's biochronological clock takes place in behind the eye, where the left and right fiber tracts from the retinas cross over. This junction is called the hypothalamus, and the clock is set just above it, in the suprachiasmatic nucleus.

-In the 1980's and before, the world did not accept S.A.D. as a legitimate mental illness, and some even called it "Psychobabble" and suggested the whole idea be tossed out as non legite.

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