Neina Sheldon

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5 Home Remedies for Seasonal Affective Disorder

Few people look forward to the gray days and long, dreary nights of winter. In fact, most people feel better in the summer, when the days are longer, …

Home Remedies

Seasonal Affective Disorder And Sleep: Study Highlights Sleep Misperceptions By People With SAD

People with seasonal affective disorder (SAD) have similar types of misperceptions about sleep as people with insomnia, according to a small recent study.<p>Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh found that people with SAD -- which is a kind of depression that occurs in the late fall, winter …

Goodbye SAD Winter Blues! How to Deal With Seasonal Affective Disorder (+Infographic)

<i>Are you affected by the change to colder weather? If you find yourself feeling depressed, not as energetic as you usually are or not waking as</i> …

Breaking SAD: The Battle With the Winter Blues

After a lifetime of succumbing to Seasonal Affective Disorder, one woman takes action.<p>I always assumed that winter was another thing that I was bad at—like mornings or group sports or understanding spy movies. But if it wasn't my forte, it also wasn't my fault, I told myself. It was my mother's. …

Does the cold weather mean more cases of seasonal affective disorder?

It was the coldest March in 50 years and Britons face more unseasonably cold weather as winds, frost, snow and ice continue to linger. Could it mean …

To Get More Sleep, Get More Sunlight

The struggle to get more and better sleep seems never-ending for many of us, and increasingly the sleep-deprived are opting for chemical relief. In 2012, 60 million Americans filled prescriptions for sleeping pills, up from 46 million in 2006 (as reported in <i>The</i> <i>New York Times</i>).<p>But considering the …