Do you find yourself being more depressed than usual during the winter months? You might be suffering from what is known as winter depression or "Winter Blues", also known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). The main culprit of this type of seasonal depression is due to fewer amount of light hours that occur during the winter months.
Drug abuse drastically changes the brain for the worse. Addiction hijacks pleasure centers, creates ingrained behavioral patterns, and kills brain cells. The good news is you can restore the brain after addiction.
If you spend time outside in spring, summer or early fall, sooner or later you will pick up ticks in their various stages or get bitten by flies or mosquitos, all of which can carry a range of different microbes. Several of these are associated with Lyme disease.