By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
August 6, 2018
- What is “reverse” seasonal affective disorder?
- Easy-to-make meals to help stave off depression
- Sleep your way to a happier you
If you feel depressed in the summer, you’re not alone.
Just like people who suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD) in the winter, there are also individuals who experience reverse SAD. Instead of developing winter blues, they tend to become depressed in the dog days of summer.
And I’ll tell you. Summer is a terrible time to feel depressed, especially when your friends and family all seem to be so happy splashing around in the pool, enjoying cookouts and going on exciting-sounding beach vacations. Continue reading