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The cold winter months start rolling in some areas. If you feel sluggish and are not in the mood to do much, you are not alone. Many of us experience mood swing and a little down more often during the winter months. But if your “feeling-the-blue” mood lingers for long and affect your daily routine, you should seek professional help to find out if you are experiencing seasonal depression called SAD, a seasonal affective disorder or “winter blue”. According to NIMH (National Institute of Mental Health), it may have become normal for people to experience some seasonal variation in biological rhythms such as for sleeping and appetite. With winter's late dawn and early dusk, mood can suffer. Take this quiz to find out if you might be suffering from the winter blue or not.