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How LED Light Therapy Can Help Combat SAD


With fall upon us seasonal affective disorder (also called SAD) is now in its beginning stage, SAD is a kind of seasonal depression that is most prevalent in the winter because of the decreased amount of natural sunlight. This type of depression is most commonly known as the winter blues and begins early fall until […]

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Sadly for some, it’s that time of year again


With the passing of the autumnal equinox and fall’s beginning Sept. 22, seasonal affective disorder also will arrive. SAD is a form of depression that an estimated 5 percent of the U.S. population will experience, typically with a female-to-male ratio of 4-to-1. For women, its occurrence also is higher during their childbearing years. Gender differences […]

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7 Surprising Habits That Cause Depression


Many things can cause depression, such as financial trouble, the loss of a loved one or an illness. In addition, there may not be a concrete reason for your depression. However, experts have pinpointed a few surprising things that can cause depression – that most people would never suspect. Not Getting Enough Omega-3 Low intake […]

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Exercise Linked With Decreased Symptoms Of Depression


Exercise can be effective at reducing symptoms of depression among people with the condition, according to a new review of studies published in The Cochrane Library, but researchers say more studies are needed on the relationship between depression and physical activity. A team from the University of Edinburgh examined 39 past studies on depression and exercise, […]

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Winter Blues Not an Excuse to Skip a Workout


A new study shows that depression during cold weather months might not be as common as once thought. It’s common to chalk cold-weather doldrums up to just another case of the aptly named SAD, or seasonal affective disorder—a depressive condition experts believe may be caused by a lack of sunlight in the darker months, which […]

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