A new study suggested that bipolar depression can be treated with light therapy. Currently, it is used to treat the seasonal affective disorder.
Public Health November 28, 2017
“Blue Monday” this year in the United Kingdom has been predicted to be the bluest of all with events such as Brexit and deaths of well-loved celebrities, but is it scientifically the gloomiest day all year long?
Healthy Living/Wellness January 17, 2017
The most wonderful time of the year can also be the bluest and most stressful. Find out why the holidays that bring so much joy to others can trigger stress and deep sadness in some, and how to overcome the holiday blues.
Healthy Living/Wellness December 23, 2016
When the amount of sunlight in a day decreases, the mental and emotional distress of an individual increases, reports a recent study. Seasonal decrease in sunlight has a role to play in people's mental health, noted the researchers at the Brigham Young University.
Healthy Living/Wellness November 4, 2016
A new study casts doubt on the legitimacy of seasonal affective depression (SAD). The researchers argue that when people report feeling depressed in winter, it does not mean that they are depressed because of the season.
LIFE February 1, 2016
It beams white light directly to your brain.
Wearable Tech January 9, 2016
Along with the buzz and excitement coming from the holiday season, most people also experience bouts of sadness and melancholy. Fortunately, scientific studies have shown many ways to combat holiday blues.
LIFE December 22, 2015
Ario launched a Kickstarter campaign for its smart lamp that helps improve mood by emitting blue- and red-tinted light to aid in the production of hormones for better sleep and increased energy upon waking.
FUTURE TECH November 18, 2015
Experts usually prescribe light therapy to patients suffering from seasonal affective disorder. Now, researchers found that talk therapy or cognitive behavioral interventions may produce better clinical outcomes for patients diagnosed with the disorder.
LIFE November 8, 2015
The end of daylight saving time can throw some people into a winter depression, known as seasonal affective disorder. Some 10 million Americans wrestle with the problem, experts say.
LIFE November 3, 2015
Researchers find a small area of the brain involved in neurotransmitter levels assocated with seasonal mood disorder. The finding comes from experiments with mice born and raised in different light/dark cycles to simulate different seasons.
May 7, 2015
Thousands of people experience seasonal affective disorder (SAD) during the fall and winter months. However, experts suggest that there are ways to keep SAD at bay.
LIFE February 17, 2015
Although most just consider it a case of the winter blues, the depression condition known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a real condition that some people suffer from? But what causes it?
Internet Culture December 17, 2014
Seasonal affective disorder, also known as SAD, affects millions of people, and now researchers think they may know why.
LIFE October 27, 2014
The autumnal equinox, which will occur at 10:29 p.m. EDT on Monday, will mark the beginning of a new season and this has implications on individuals with seasonal affective disorder.
Animals September 23, 2014