Having SAD is more than just feeling a little sad. It is also known as seasonal depression and can cause people to feel hopeless and depressed every year when winter hits. From risk factors to treatment options, here are five things to know about SAD.
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Most of us really try to make healthy decisions, but if you are struggling with a low energy level or unexplained anxiety or weight gain, your hormones may be off-balance.
When you reach that point in your life when it seems you’ve seen it all and done it double that amount, it’s hard to stay fully aware of the amazing blessings in your life all of the time. So when you find yourself grumbling about the good old days, consider these six blessings and compare them to day’s past.
Most travelers think of a variety of ways to be safe while traveling, but many don’t consider a blood clot as a real threat to one’s health.
Approximately one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. And the best defense against this disease is to know the risks, recognize the early symptoms, and act on early detection.
Doctors say we need 4,700 milligrams daily, but studies show most people aren’t getting enough potassium in their diet. Low levels affect sleep, muscles, heart rhythms, joints, digestion, anxiety levels, blood pressure, and balance. If you are looking for an effective way to feel better, here are four reasons potassium is essential for good health.
Influenza season is almost here, and a little bit of prevention can go a long way. Here are five things you should know about the flu and the flu vaccine this fall.
The FDA says that Americans consume an average of 3,400 mg of sodium every day. But why is salt so bad for our health?
If you think mobile technology is limited to young people — think again. Research shows that four in every ten seniors now own smartphones, and roughly half of older adults who own cell phones have some type of smartphone.
Gratitude is a practice of the mind that benefits both the mind and body whether you suffer from chronic pain, are feeling the effects of advanced age, or just want to stand at the helm of your own health.