Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that affects people who have witnessed or experienced a traumatic event such as war/combat, a serious accident, a natural disaster, a terrorist act, or other violent incidents. According to the National…Read More
Shift work sleep disorder is real and it is estimated to affect nearly 10 percent of rotating and night shift workers in the US. This disorder generally impacts people who work non-traditional hours, that is, outside the usual 9 a.m….Read More
According to the American Sleep Association, nearly 70 million adults in the US have some kind of sleep disorder, insomnia being the most common one. It’s no surprise that drowsy driving alone is responsible for more than 1500 fatalities every…Read More
For the Northern Hemisphere, the darkest and shortest day of the year is December 21st, and whenever it comes around, for denizens in this region, sunlight is always scarce, which tends to make people feel melancholy. This gloominess has a…Read More
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a mood disorder or depressive disorder that usually affects people during the darker months. This is a form of depression that occurs every year at the same time; for most patients, it starts in fall,…Read More
Bright light therapy refers to using exposure to artificial light to treat many issues such as seasonal affective disorder (SAD), depression, insomnia and more. The idea behind light therapy is that lack of sunlight is responsible for mood disorders and…Read More
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