mood disorders

Seasonal Affective Disorder: How Winter Could Be Affecting Your Mood

seasonal affective disorder

The summer brings the heat and lots of sunshine. When winter hits, it can be hard to keep our moods up when the days are shorter and the weather is colder. According to Mayo Clinic, seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a depression that is related to the changing of seasons. Do you think the change… read more

Tips To Clean Up Your Health In 2020

The New Year brings opportunities to establish new habits and hobbies that can improve your lifestyle and health for the better. The habits you create this year can have far-reaching effects into the future, and can greatly affect how you feel as you age. Whether that means cutting out sugar, exercising more or drinking more… read more

Overcoming Anxiety Disorder and Finding Peace Again

While it’s normal for each of us to experience bouts of anxiety from time to time, there are many who experience such intense anxiety symptoms that it disrupts their daily life. Anxiety disorder can stem from death, divorce, poor sleep habits, crowded areas and workplace pressures, and symptoms can range from panic attacks to fear… read more

Overcoming Insomnia and Finding Rest Again

One of the most common sleeping disorders is insomnia, which affects how well people fall and stay asleep. Insomnia affects more than 70 million people in the U.S. and is most often caused by psychological, physical and environmental factors. Unfortunately, many doctors provide patients with sleep medications that treat the symptoms of insomnia but not… read more

Recognizing The Signs of Depression

Most people will experience times in their lives where they feel deep sadness, loneliness or heartbreak, but not everyone will experience depression, which are long periods of these felt emotions that affect daily living. Depression has long been a taboo subject that hasn’t been widely discussed, but times are changing and so are the conversations… read more

Easing Your Anxiety

About 40 million American adults suffer from anxiety disorders, which is about 18% of the adults in the U.S, According to the National Institute of Mental Health. Those with anxiety have a much higher risk for depression and other mood disorders. Anxiety is common in everyone, but becomes a disorder if it starts to induce… read more