Posts Tagged ‘Seasonal Affective Disorder’

Seasonal Depression Tips

January is typically a pretty gloomy and cold month in much of the country prime time for the winter blues, and more serious forms of seasonal depression. You don’t have to hibernate until spring to start feeling better. You probably did not get a good start this morning, that’s because a British psychologist has informally […]

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Situational Depression – Seasonal Affective Disorder

Transcript: Prolonged periods with cold temperatures force most people indoors, looking for ways to pass the time. And health experts say that’s not good for our sanity. Doctors say being forced to stay inside makes some depressed. They tend to be less active, and that tends to create more of that cabin fever or as […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder

Transcript: With forty days left until spring, cold weather fatigue is starting to take a toll on moods. “I would rather be in the Caribbean. I lived in Idaho but it just changes to fast here in Oklahoma. “Yes it’s definitely cold. Nylons were probably not the warmest choice for today. Psychiatrists say seasonal affective […]

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