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Seasonal Affective Disorder Bibliography

1.  M Popkin. Exacerbation of Recurrent Depression as a Result of Treatment with Varenicline. Am Journal Psychiatry 2008.

2.  Carman et al. Negative effects of melatonin on depression. Am J Psychiatry Oct 1976.

3.  Boyce et al. Manipulating melatonin in managing mood. Acta Psychiatr Scand Suppl. 2013.

4.  Lakhan et al. Nutritional and herbal supplements for anxiety and anxiety related disorders: a systematic review. Nutr J. Oct 2010.

5.  Nahas et al. Complementary and alternative medicine  for the treatment of major depressive disorder.  Can Fam Physician Jun 2011.

6.  Premkumar et al. Vitamin D homeostasis, bone mineral metabolism and seasonal affective disorder during 1 year of Antarctic residence. Arch Osteoporos Mar 2013.

7.  Parker G et al. D for depression: any role for vitamin D? ‘Food for Thought’ II.

8.  Baars et al. The effect of hepar magnesium on seasonal fatigue symptoms: a pilot study. J Altern Complement Med May 2008.

9.  Harris et al. The effect of multivitamin supplementation on mood and stress in healthy older men.  Hum Psychopharmacol. Dec 2011.

10. Giles et al. Omega – 3 fatty acids influence mood in healthy and depressed individuals. Nutr Rev Nov 2013.

11. habbir et al. Effect of diet on serotonergic neurotransmission in depression. Neurochem Intl Feb 2013.

12. Thaler K et al. Second-generation antidepressants for seasonal affective disorder. Cochrane Database Syst Rev Dec 2011.

13. Kurlansik et al. Seasonal affective disorder. Am Fam Physician Dec 2012.

14. Reeves et al. Improvement in depression scores after 1 hour of light therapy treatment in patients with seasonal affective disorder. J Nerv Ment Dis Jan 2012.

15. Flory et al. A randomized placebo-controlled trial of bright light and high density negative air ions for treatment of Seasonal Affective Disorder. Psychiatry Res May 2010.

16. Rohan et al. Cognitive-behavioural therapy light therapy and their combination in treating seasonal affective disorder. J Affect Discord Jun 2004.

17. Evans et al. Cognitive Change across Cognitive-Behavioral and Light Therapy Treatments for Seasonal Affective Disorder: What accounts for clinical status the Next Winer? Cognit Ther Res Dec 2013.

18. Martiny et al. Physical therapies for depression – light exercise TMS and sleep deprivation. Ugeskr Laeger Apr 2007.

19. Mura et al. Exercise as an add-on strategy for the treatment of major depressive disorder: a systematic review. CNS Spectr Mar 2014.

20. Magnusson et al. Seasonal affective disorder: an overview. Chronobiol Int 2003.

21. Kou et al. Integrated traditional and Western medicine for treatment of depression based on syndrome differentiation: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials based on the Hamilton depression scale. J Tradit chin Med Mar 2012.

22. Wang et al. Gastrodin ameliorates depression=-like behaviors and up regulates proliferation of hippocampal derived neural stem cells in rats: Involvement of its anti-inflammatory action. Behav Brain Res Mar 2014.

23. Nikfarmjam et al. The effects of Lavandula angulstiflia Mill Infusion on Depression in Patients Using Citalopram: A Comparison Study. Iran Red Crescent Med J. Aug 2013.

24. Fissler et al. a case series on the use of lavendula oil capsules in patients suffering from major depressive disorder and symptoms of psychomotor agitation insomnia and anxiety.Complement Ther Med Feb 2014.

25. Jin et al. Rosmarinic acid ameliorates depressive-like behaviors in a rat model of CUS and Up regulates BDNF levels in the hippocampus and hippocampal-derived astrocytes. Neurochem Res Sep 2013.

26. Jung et al. The effects of a standardized Acanthopanax koreanum extract on stress-induced behavioural alternations in mice. J Ethnopharmacol Jul 2013.

27. Qiu et al. The antidepressant like effects of paeoniflorin in mouse models. Exp Ther Med April 2013.

28. Hurley et al. The antidepressant like effects of curcumin in WKY rat model of depression is associated with an increase in hippocampal BDNF.Behavi Brain Res Feb 2013.

29. Zhang et al. Fructus Aurantii induced antidepressant effect via its monoaminergic mechanism and prokinetic action in rat. Hytomedicine Sept 2012.

30. Liu et al. anti-depressant effects of Xiaoyaosan on rat model of chronic unpredictable mild stress: a plasma metabonomics study based on NMR spectroscopy. J Pharm Pharmacol Apr 2012.

31. Gu et el. Role for monoaminergic systems in the antidepressant like effect of ethanol extracts from Hemerocallis citrina. J Ethnopharmacol. Feb 2012.

32. Huang et al. Anti-depressive effect of acupuncture on selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. Zhongguo Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Za ~Zhi. Oct 2013.

33. Shi et al. Continuous auricular electroacupuncture can significantly improve heart rate variability and clinical scores in patients with depression: first results from a transcontinental study. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med Nov 2013.

34. Adler et al. Homeopathic Individualized Q potencies versus Fluoxetine for Moderate to Severe Depression: Double blind randomized Non-inferiority trial. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. Jun 2011.

35. Ito et al. Antidepressant-like activity of 10-hydroxy-trans-2-decenoic Acid, a unique unsaturated Fatty Acid of royal jelly, in stress-inducible depression-like mouse model. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med July 2012.

36. Chen et al. The effects of Chinese five-element music therapy on nursing students with depressed mood. Int J Nurs Pract Mar 2014.

37. Akandere et al. The effect of dance over depression. Coll Antropol Sept 2011.

38. Makin et al. ‘Getting back to normal’: the added value of an art-based programme in promoting recovery for common but chronic mental health problems. Chronic Illn Mar 2012.

39. Margrove et al. Waiting list-controlled evaluation of a participatory arts course for people experiencing mental health problems. Perspect Public Health Jan 2013.

40. Ernst CR. Winter depression and diabetes. Crit Care Nurs North Am. Dec 2012.

41. Saheer et al. Ethnic differences in seasonal affective disorder and associated factors among five immigrant groups in Norway. J Affect Disord. Oct 2013.

42. Jaser et al. Seasonal trends in depressive symptoms in adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes Res Clin Pract. May 2012.

43. Winthorst et al. Self-attributed seasonality of mood and behaviour: A report from the Netherlands Study of depression and anxiety. Depress Anxiety may 2013.

44. Kristiansdottir et al. Self-reported health in adolescent girls varies according to the season and its relation to medication and hormonal contraception – a descriptive survey. Eur J Contracept Reprod Health Care Oct 2013.

45. Demirbag et al. The effects of sleep and touch therapy on symptoms of fibromyalgia and depression. Iran J Public Health Nov 2012.

46. Hongratanaworakit T. Stimulating effect of aromatherapy massage with jasmine oil. Nat Prod Commun. Jan 2010.

47. Perez et al. Air ions and mood outcomes: a review and meta-analysis. BMC Psychiatry Jan 2013.

48. Harmer et al. Negative ion treatment increases positive emotional processing seasonal affective disorder.  Psychol Med Aug 2012.

49. Ayers et al. Seasonality in seeking mental health information on Google. Am J Prev Med. May 2013.

50. Cramer et al. Yoga for depression: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Depress Anxiety. Nov 2013.

 

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