affective disorder

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Related to affective disorder: Schizoaffective disorder, Bipolar affective disorder
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Studying the effects of bright light on anxiety symptoms in more general terms than only related to seasonal affective disorder makes perfect sense," said Timo Takala , MD, Ph.
SADLY, Claire, NHS treatment for Seasonal Affective Disorder is confined to drug therapy for the two per cent of sufferers lapsing into clinical depression.
The symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder - which include depression - can often last until April.
Chris Idzikowski from the Edinburgh Sleep Centre for relieving Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
Cuffe and his colleagues found that not living with both biological parents at baseline was associated with a fourfold risk of an affective disorder at both time points (J.
If nothing seems to satisfy your taste lately, maybe you have Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, the wintertime depression that affects an estimated 15 million Americans.
The notion that CRH plays a role in postpartum depression is supported by the hormone's involvement in another type of depression, seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
Doctors Richard and Judith Wurtman identified the brain chemical serotonin as being involved in the abnormal food intake of obese carbohydrate cravers, women and premenstrual syndrome, smoking withdrawal, and Seasonal Affective Disorder.
In the study, soldiers with PTSD were exposed to regular intense amounts using a light box like those used to battle Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Typically patients have been diagnosed with Schizophrenia, Schizo-affective Disorders, Personality Disorder, Bipolar Affective Disorder or Depression.
Bipolar affective disorder patients who are in remission often have persistent impairments in neurocognitive function that may be a marker of underlying neurobiologic dysfunction, reported Jill M.
Lack of sunlight depletes serotonin and can lead to Seasonal Affective Disorder, known as SAD, a type of depression.
The new findings offer another explanation for how light therapy helps combat winter depression, also known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD), said study author Fred W.
The 1987 study analyzed the correlation between manic depression, also known as bipolar affective disorder, and two genes on chromosome 11 (SN: 2/28/87, p.