Most of us know the feeling. The days get shorter, the weather gets colder, and we just can’t seem to get motivated. For some, this time of year can be especially difficult. Known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD), this type of depression typically arrives in… Read More »The Winter Blues
Nutritional Psychiatry is one of the newest branches of psychiatry, focusing on how nutrition andfood choices impact our brains and moods. Drs. Drew Ramsay and Uma Naidoo are leaders inthis field, both focusing on nutrition in their treatment of patients. Why is nutrition important as… Read More »Food & Your Mood (part 1)
As we teeter on a fence, on one side tightening restrictions and on the other things loosening and a push to “go back to normal,” many people are feeling increased anxiety and, with it, increased confusion about how to cope and how they “should“ feel.
Academic activities are not often at the top of your child’s summer agenda, with the distractions of outdoor activities, time with friends, video games, and vacations. If a child is not academically engaged over the summer, the content gained throughout the school year can be… Read More »Tips for Parents to Avoid Summer Learning Loss