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At risk of depression in summer?

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In the collective imagination (as well as that of many physicians), depression is a typically fall and winter mood disorder, complicit with the decline in the amount of light, worsening weather conditions, and the lazy pace of life and social interactions, until the critical phase par excellence of the Christmas break and year-end budgets. In fact, summer is also at high risk of depression, especially for lonely people, those who do not have enough money or opportunities to go on vacation, and those who are dissatisfied with their bodies and would rather not “undress” them. But the reasons that can induce a decline in mood may also be other, more “physiological” ones. Here are what they are and how to best deal with a time of year that should be enjoyable and rejuvenating for everyone.

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