1. Is It Winter Blues or Seasonal Affective Disorder?

    We can all get a little sad at the end of summer. Fall comes, the days get shorter. We’re often leaving the house in the morning before the sun is up, and coming home after it is already dark. For some, the blues will pass as the season progresses. For some, they won’t. As a matter of fact, they…Read More

  2. Arm Yourself Against the Winter Blues

    A month or two ago, we discussed Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). This condition results from shorter days and colder temperatures, just to name a few reasons. Now that we've hit January, many people will feel SAD very sharply. The holidays are done, but they still need to be paid off. It's cold o…Read More

  3. Other Signs of Seasonal Affective Disorder

    In our last blog, we discussed Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Though there has been some conflict over whether SAD is an actual condition, all you have to do is look around to see how fall affects people. While some rejoice in the cool air, dead leaves, and coming snow, others mourn the loss of …Read More

  4. Do You Struggle with Seasonal Affective Disorder?

    As we head toward winter, the Colorado air gets cooler and the sun sets sooner. For some people, this means cozy evenings and enjoying the absence of summer's heat. However, it isn't that way for everyone. When the plants go to sleep, the sun sets before the workday is done, and you wake up in the d…Read More