|Statement||Norman E. Rosenthal.|
|Contributions||Rosenthal, Norman E.|
|LC Classifications||RC545 .R67 1993b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 325 p. :|
|Number of Pages||325|
|LC Control Number||93030354|
Norman E. Rosenthal, MD, is internationally recognized for his pioneering contributions to understanding SAD and using light therapy to treat is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Georgetown Medical School, a therapist in private practice, and the author of six other books, including Winter Blues Survival Guide, the New York Times bestseller Transcendence: Healing and Transformation /5(59). Winter Blues is a book written about Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). I became aware of this book when I heard the author speak on Diane Rehms NPR radio show. If you are one of many people who experience seasonal depression (usually during winter months) or have relatives or friends who experience seasonal depression, I would highly recommend /5. 10 Ways to Fight Off the Winter Blues Behave Like You’re From MinnesotaWear Bright ColorsStock Up on Vitamin DMake a Book and Movie ListHang With Positive People (more items). The first thing I want to mention is the first chapter, now Jade Goodmore knows how to start a book off right. That first chapter sucked me in, grabbed me by its hooks, and didn't let me go until the very last chapter. Now the Blues is not for everyone/5.
Light therapy for winter blues usually consists of 15 to 30 minutes of bright light every morning as early as possible upon waking – ideally before 8 AM. Find a routine that works best with your schedule. You may find it easiest to get your light while eating breakfast, exercising, applying makeup, or while working at . In this enduring bestseller, Dr. Norman E. Rosenthal provides empowering information and guidance for the millions who suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Over , readers have learned science-based ways to boost their energy and overcome low moods and problems with sleep, concentration, and food cravings -- even during the darkest winter days. Dr. Rosenthal helps . Norman E. Rosenthal (born ) is a South African author, psychiatrist and scientist who in the s first described winter depression or seasonal affective disorder (SAD), Born: Johannesburg, South Africa. At this point, the holidays are over, and we’re just stuck with cold, gray days. If the dreary weather has you down, we’ve got some bright and delicious desserts to help get you over your winter blues. In fact, we’re giving winter blues a whole new meaning—it’s the happy feeling you get when you enjoy [ ].
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