Scientists say they have identified the underlying reason why some people are prone to the winter blues, or seasonal affective disorder (SAD). People with Sad
It’s common for some people to start feeling down in the wintertime. Days are colder and shorter, we spend much less time outdoors, it’s dark
HealthDay News — Researchers believe they’ve pinpointed the part of the brain responsible for seasonal affective disorder (SAD). SAD — which affects 4 to 6%
Almost 75% of surveyed psychiatrists reported using bright light therapy in their practice, and all but one clinician prescribed it for patients with seasonal affective
As many as one in six people suffer from seasonal affective disorder, or SAD—a form of depression that seems to ride in on autumn’s coattails.
Before going straight to sleep medications or stimulants for patients with sleep disorders, try prescribing bright light therapy (also called phototherapy). I find it useful