Seasonal affective disorder is a legitimate mental health phenomenon characterised by prolonged or recurring feelings of depression and has been closely linked to the changing of seasons
We found that the histamine in the brain was triggered by the inflammatory response and directly inhibited the release of serotonin.
Depression casts long shadows, which can linger after symptoms have improved. Once the acute pain ameliorates, many people experience a hollow feeling that traps them in the outer shadows of depression.
When the IAPT programme was launched in 2008, CBT was recommended as the first-line treatment for anxiety and depression.
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