seasonal affective disorder
We don't know why it works—only that it does.
Seasonal Affective Disorder is a fake-sounding disorder with a fake-sounding treatment, but they're real.
Studio C&C is staging an exhibition in reaction to seasonal affective disorder, a form of depression often experienced during winter.
As the days get darker, a protein known as SERT goes into overdrive, making you feel crappy.
A pop jam you can pensively stare out the window to.