“Fall-back” time change connected to seasonal depression | WTVC

When you think of Daylight Saving time in the fall, immediately you may think about the extra hour of sleep you get. Experts warn a temporary, seasonal kind of depression, can come with the time change too.

When you “fall-back” for daylight saving this Sunday, you may notice less daylight during your normal routine day. Chattanooga psychologist Sam Bernard says that is one reason people could experience what’s called Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD.

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