KMBC: Daylight saving time can signal the the start of seasonal mental health struggles

November 9, 2021

While daylight saving time may offer a little extra sleep, it can also signal a time of year that can greatly impact our mental health. Things getting darker earlier can be especially difficult for those dealing with Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD.

KMBC talked to Monty Miller, LCSW, psychotherapist at Saint Luke's Health System, about ways to treat SAD and thrive this time of year. 

Watch the story below.

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