seasonal affective disorder

  1. Seasonal affective disorder cured without meds

    BEAT “winter blues” and LOVE the holidays again

    It’s supposed to be the “most wonderful time of the year,” when we celebrate the joy of Christmas and the birth of Christ…

    Yet MILLIONS of people are desperately unhappy.

    They’re not just grumps who hate the holidays.

    No, they’re being hit with a devastating form of depression called seasonal affective disorder (or, appropriately enough, SAD).

    But you don’t need the be the next victim.

    I’m going to show you THREE POWERFUL drug-free treatments that can FIGHT this form of depression -- one of them is something your own doctor will NEVER mention to you!

    Science behind holiday irritability

    In the winter, the days get shorter and sunlight becomes scarce.

    Your body struggles to produce the essential compounds it typically gets from sun exposure, including vitamin D, melatonin and nitric oxide.

    That, in turn, triggers a chain reaction that leads to a condition often described as “winter blues.”

    But as the 3 million Americans who struggle with it will tell you, it’s a whole lot WORSE than the term makes it sound.

    You can’t enjoy the holidays. You actually dread them; especially family gatherings where you feel forced to “act happy” -- even when you’re outright miserable.

    First, let me give you a little bad news about this condition.

    Too many docs STILL can’t distinguish this form of depression from the other types and prescribe meds.

    And those drugs BARELY WORK for non-seasonal depression -- so they certainly won’t do a thing for SAD.

    But there’s also good news.

    You can beat this condition quickly and with NO DRUGS at all with my THREE SAD-BUSTING natural therapies...

    3 ways to BEAT BACK seasonal affective disorder

    Any one of these options will work, but for the BEST results you can combine all three:

    • Lightbox therapy: It’s just what it sounds like. It’s a box of light, and you sit with it shining on you for 15-20 minutes a day. It’s SO EFFECTIVE that it’s become the mainstream treatment of choice for SAD… when doctors actually recognize it.
    • Homeopathic medicine: The mainstream HATES homeopathic treatment because they can’t explain it. But it WORKS. Aurum Metallicum, Ignatia and Natrum Sulphuricum are often the best options for SAD. But I still recommend you do a little homework, as the best remedy for you will depend on your specific symptoms.
    • Vitamin D: Don’t forget the basics. SAD is often caused by low levels of vitamin D, so replace what you’re missing… and while you’re at it, consider melatonin, too!

    Now is the best time to start implementing these options; after all, December is right around the corner.

    And if you’re prone to SAD but not quite feeling it yet, being proactive can actually help PREVENT the condition from striking in the first place.

  2. Seasonal affective disorder hits women harder

    Why you may not actually be depressed

    The answer is literally staring docs right in the face the moment they step outside each day.

    Yet they STILL get it wrong!

    This time of year, many new cases of depression aren't depression at all. They're seasonal affective disorder, a.k.a. SAD or "winter blues," a form of depression that strikes during the colder, darker months of winter.

    There's a simple, safe, inexpensive, drug-free, and highly effective solution for SAD.

    Yet many patients NEVER get it, because most docs mistake SAD for run-of-the-mill depression... and prescribe antidepressant drugs instead.

    Now, the latest research shows how seasonal affective disorder is not only common here in the early part of the year -- it's also not an equal-opportunity condition.

    While SAD can strike both men and women, the study finds that it hits women more often.

    Even worse, it also hits women harder, as they're not only more likely than men to suffer from symptoms such as low mood and fatigue in winter... but also something else.

    They're more likely to battle a condition called anhedonia. That's when something you normally enjoy -- a walk through the park, a lunch with friends, or an afternoon with the grandkids -- simply doesn't give you any pleasure anymore.

    Unfortunately, another recent study on this found that something else happens in winter.

    Antidepressant prescriptions jump -- and that's a sure sign that patients in desperate need of help, especially women, are getting misdiagnosed.

    They're given the WRONG treatments, because antidepressant drugs aren't especially effective at treating SAD (and frankly, aren't even very good when it comes to other forms of depression, either).

    That's more than just a bad or wrong treatment.

    It means patients who need help aren't getting it. They're not getting better... and many are getting worse.

    And it's all needlessly, since SAD can be treated, reversed, and cured.

    Most cases of SAD respond well to a simple and highly effective treatment that involves just a modest one-time expense (and it's one that may even be covered by your insurance).

    Sitting under a lightbox designed to mimic the warm blue rays of the sun can stimulate the body's hormone functions and restore balance.

    The result is often a dramatic -- and even quick -- improvement. Many patients are even cured completely!

    If you're depressed in winter, don't ignore it.

    But don't just accept that you need drugs, either -- especially if you're experiencing fatigue, irritability, and loss of interest in activities you usually enjoy, along with your depression.

    Those are all common SAD symptoms, so speak to a doc about lightbox therapy and get the treatment you need... instead of drugs that don't work.

  3. Beat seasonal affective disorder naturally

    Seasonal affective disorder needs two years to be diagnosed – delaying treatment in those who need it most. Here’s how to get help NOW.
  4. Shine a light on seasonal depression

    Your skin isn't the only part of your body that needs a regular dose of sunlight -- your brain thrives on the stuff, too.
  5. Shine a light on depression

    Light therapy, as you may know, involves staring at a specially focused light for a little while each day. It's already the standard treatment for a form of depression called seasonal affective disorder, or SAD.
  6. Bright spot in depression battle

    Forget Big Pharma's dangerous roster of expensive antidepressant drugs... because the real answer to some cases of the blues might be staring down at you right now.

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