Winter and Migraines

We know weather changes can trigger a migraine – but can the season make a difference as well? A study presented at the 54th Annual Scientific Sessions of the American Headache Society in Los Angeles last year suggests that the frosty days of winter may not be...

The Shortened Days of Winter and SAD

Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD affects many people during the winter months. Its especially prevalent in northern parts of the world from November through March where light levels are lower. Less sunlight can confuse our internal body clock…making us feel...
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