You know the feeling – when your throat and neck constrict, it can feel like you just swallowed an entire slice of cake whole. For some
Before we talk about what seasonal affective disorder (SAD) isn’t, let’s talk about what it is.
Seasonal affective disorder is a varietal of depression confined to the fall and winter months.
It affects primarily women, and primarily those with other psychiatric conditions, like manic depression or bipolar disorder. (This doesn’t mean that men aren’t affected, or that you have to have another condition to experience SAD systems. Just that you’re more likely to if the previously mentioned criteria are met.)
As of 2019, it affects 10 million Americans, with a separate 10% of the population experiencing milder symptoms of a junior SAD disorder.
Meet Dr Nicole Beurkens Dr. Nicole Beurkens’ career has spanned many areas of human development, health, and wellness. While she has served in diverse roles of
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Our understanding of food and how it works with or against us is so convoluted… And partially, it’s designed to be that way. After all,
So this was going to be your year — the year you stop missing the Farmer’s Market by sleeping in on Sundays, the year you were going to stop paying $1.50 extra for organic food at the grocery store, the year you weren’t going to live on frozen veggies.
If you’re like lots of urban dreamers, you may have missed the mark this spring. But urban gardens are definitely still within reach — in fact, they’re trending.