Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Throwback Tuesday - Martin Wiles

Consulting the Right Sources

Series: Conquering Depression
I normally experience small bouts of it at winter’s onset. SAD or seasonal affective disorder. While not classified a major mood disorder, it’s “a specifier of major depression.”

SAD was first described and named by Norman Rosenthal and his colleagues at the National Institute of Mental Health in 1984. Other names include winter blues, summer depression and seasonal depression. Symptoms include oversleeping, overeating, difficulty waking up, lack of energy, trouble concentrating as well as withdrawing from friends, family and social activities-all of which can lead to depression. 

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