Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that usually begins in the autumn and progresses through the winter months. While further research is needed to determine the specific causes, it is widely believed it’s connected to the impact that the shorter and darker days have on the body’s circadian rhythm. If you are noticing symptoms of SAD—also known as seasonal depression—it’s critical that you don’t brush it off as a winter slump, because it can lead to feelings of hopelessness and even suicidal thoughts if left untreated. Here are 4 tips for beating seasonal depression this winter:

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We all want to be free of that nagging, uncomfortable pain; from creaky joints to sciatica and aging aches and twinges.

What if you could do away with the suffering?

Today, there are better all natural ways available to deal with all types of chronic aches and pains. It is much safer than taking a pharmaceutical drug which has many dangerous side effects. Continue reading “Amazing All Natural Pain Free Formula”

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Stress is a very common experience for most people. According to a 2013 survey, more than 80% of employed Americans are stressed out about their jobs. Excessive stress can negatively affect your health. A 2012 study also revealed that those that are stressed are more likely to encounter chronic health problems. Some symptoms of stress include increased hair loss, lowered libido, increased anxiety, and poor immunity against sickness. If you’re experiencing severe symptoms that have a strong negative impact on your life, then engaging in stress and anxiety counseling with a therapist is recommended. Continue reading “How to Lower Stress Levels Naturally”

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Making conscious efforts at recovering from addiction could be daunting especially if you are journeying alone. It could be seriously challenging if you are without a spouse, sibling or a support group. Most people just starting out on their rehab run the risk of a relapse due to loneliness and this is why pet therapy is recommended in most cases. Continue reading “Are Pets Helpful for Recovering Addicts?”