Seasonal affective disorder and sleep are interlinked. If you have a sleeping problem, whether you sleep little or too much, you might have seasonal affective disorder or SAD.
Category: SAD Feature Articles
If you have a depression that doesn’t seem related to the seasons you may assume that light therapy wouldn’t be for you, but that isn’t the case...
Vitamins are organic compounds found in food that can help people function well and aid metabolism and immune system. A lot of them are found in food as well as in dietary supplements. Get to know vitamins A, B1, C, D, E and K and what they can do.
You can improve your mood by eating the right kind of food. Fermented food, bananas, fatty fish, dark chocolate and hot drinks are just some of the food that promotes good mood!
There are many benefits of sunlight -it can improve your mood and it can help you produce vitamin D. Just make sure to minimize sun exposure to prevent illnesses.
Why are people using SAD lamps? Because this device mimics daylight and will alleviate your feeling of being down and out. But how do SAD lamps work? Read on to find out!
Seasonal Affective Disorder happens because days are shorter during cold months. To offset that, you need SAD lamps that mimic daylight. Thirty minutes of light therapy every morning will do the trick.
Technically, SAD lamps are created for light therapy. But these are not regulated, so how do you know they are safe? Read on to find out.
There are so many benefits of the negative ion. One of the most important benefits of negative ions is that they will help people have a better mood. It is believed that they can aid people cope with depression and stress. They can also boost one’s energy.
The annual cycle of sinking into depression during the winter months can be hard to deal with, you know it is coming, but you feel powerless to avoid it. There is little we can do about the weather but there are many things we can do to alleviate the impact it has.