Is seasonal depression real? As the temperatures drop and the winter jackets emerge, many people will be diagnosed with seasonal depression, also called seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Amazingly, as the weather changes, up to 10% of people living in northern latitudes will be categorized as depressed. But what exactly is seasonal depression? How is it
Have you been told that your mental illness is a chronic condition? Have you been diagnosed with an ‘incurable’ disease like depression? Were you told that your only hope is to manage your symptoms by taking lifelong medications? What if you could eliminate this diagnosis by simply fixing nutrient deficiencies or correcting physiologic imbalances? As
Independent media is a powerful force. It’s where our freedom of speech comes into fullest expression. We can share inconvenient truths, we can learn about subtle explanations for what we are experiencing, and we can find our own truth. This is how my blacklisted book, A Mind of Your Own, has gained penetrance, and it’s
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Have 30 minutes? Sit down with Marie Forleo and Dr. Kelly Brogan to talk about myths and truths when it comes to depression—what it is, what it isn’t, and how to heal it.