With the arrival of both cold weather and/or the passing of the holiday season’s activities, we all have some reaction to the changing seasons. Whether it is dark when we wake or dark when we leave school or work, the shift in seasons brings any number of reactions.
For some, the shift can also be associated with other issues. I’d like to thank Dr. Jesse Viner from the Yellowbrick Treatment Center for the chart you’ll find below explaining one of the more recent phenomena in the world of mental health issues. Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, is a form of depression associated with late autumn and winter and thought to be caused by Continue reading “Seasonal shifts —”