10 Summer Depression Busters

Ten percent of those diagnosed with seasonal affective disorder suffer symptoms at the brightest time of the year. The summer’s brutal heat, bright light, and long days can affect a person’s circadian rhythm and contribute to depression for the opposite reasons that winter conditions do. If you’re a Summer Hater, or just notice that your mood is affected negatively by the heat, here are some summer depression busters that may help you better tolerate these months — maybe even enjoy the

6 Tips to Help Summer Depression

People who have never had depression find it difficult to understand that depressives can be depressed in summer.  But for many, depression doesn’t take  a break during the warm and sunny days.  Read the Blog

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