Summer SAD Explained

Summer SAD Explained Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) in winter is a widely-known phenomenon. There is less sunlight during winter days, which affects the serotonin (“happy” hormones) produced in response to light striking our pineal gland, causing depression and...

There Might Be a Good Reason You Hate Exercise… Now What?

There Might Be a Good Reason You Hate Exercise…  Now What? You can stop beating yourself up over the fact that you’re not motivated for a heavy workout at the gym. Scientists have found physical reasons why some people thrive on exercise and some consider it a form of...