Treat Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Online
Find SAD relief* with medication delivered to your door and expert one-on-one medical care.
$95 $25 for your first month*Take the first step
If you’re having a psychiatric emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. You can also call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255 or text “home” to 741-741.
Feel better in 3 simple steps*
Tell us about your SAD symptoms
Help us understand your situation, so we can offer you the best care.
Video consultation with a licensed Lemonaid doctor or nurse practitioner
Connect with our attentive medical team right away.
FDA-approved medication delivered to your door
The Lemonaid online pharmacy ships your medicine in 2-3 days.
Seasonal affective disorder, commonly referred to as seasonal depression, is a type of depression commonly associated with a specific time of year. People experiencing changes in mood and behavior with the changing seasons may have seasonal affective disorder.
The signs and symptoms can include:
- Changes in appetite or weight
- Low energy and difficulty concentrating
- Feeling hopeless or worthless
Find relief with medication delivered to your door and expert one-on-one medical care.
We don’t prescribe benzodiazepines like Xanax, Ativan, Valium, and Klonopin.
- Monthly online visit with one of our caring medical professionals
- FDA-approved medication for SAD shipped directly to you
- No long term commitment, cancel anytime
- Message our medical team whenever you want
Yes, your privacy is our priority. Just like a brick and mortar doctor’s office. Lemonaid Health offers you discreet appointments with medical professionals. We simplify the experience by delivering affordable online medical care from the comfort and privacy of your own home.
We understand how you feel and we’re here for you. Our doctors and nurse practitioners are available now to help you feel better as soon as possible.
Our medical team will work with you to find the best SAD medication for your unique situation and we’ll monitor your dose to make sure it’s delivering the relief you need. Plus, we’ll offer lifestyle suggestions to jumpstart your SAD treatment and healing process. Together, we can beat this.
While mental health is a common use of telemedicine, we aren’t able to help everyone and results don’t happen overnight. If your symptoms or wider situation is too complex for us to handle, we’ll be straight up with you and recommend you see someone in person.
The medicines we prescribe online are prescription medicines that are FDA-approved and taken by millions of Americans every day. But like all medicines, they come with the risk of serious side effects. And while we’ll do all we can to personalize your care and find the right treatment plan for your goals, there’s no guarantee that the medicines will work.
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Seasonal affective disorder FAQs
Seasonal affective disorder, commonly referred to as seasonal depression, is a type of depression commonly associated with a specific time of year.
Seasonal affective disorder can affect people outside fall and winter months as well.
The signs and symptoms can include changes in appetite or weight, low energy, and difficulty concentrating.
We can. Our team of experienced doctors, nurse practitioners and pharmacists can give you the help you need. We’ll work with you month by month to establish your goals and help you find the antidepressant medicine that works for you. Once you’ve seen improvement, we’ll work with you to decide if and when to come off treatment. Our treatment program is centered around monthly video consultation.
Lemonaid doesn’t currently offer cognitive behavioral therapy (‘CBT’), but you may find CBT helpful as a substitute or complement to prescription treatment.
Antidepressants don’t work immediately. It can take 6-8 weeks before you know how a depression medicine at a particular dosage works for you, and it can take 3 months before you feel the full benefits.
Yes, a person’s mental health needs can change over time. Our medical team will evaluate you on a recurring basis to make sure you continue to receive the right care.
Many people stay on depression medicines for at least 12 months the first time they take them. If your depression returns repeatedly, one option is to stay on antidepressant medicine lifelong.
Yes, Lemonaid can also help with general depression, anxiety, and insomnia.