Category Archives for "SAD Treatment"

Seasonal Affective Disorder Lamp

A boring cold salad, the isolated corner of the food joint, the most pathetic gloomy tunes playing on the headset and finally a creeping feeling of loneliness as you overhear the group sitting nearby planning a picnic this weekend! Soon, you find yourself repeating this same routine every evening. You find living with yourself to […]

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Physical Strategies for SAD

As the warm rays of the summer begin to fade away, you feel terror struck. It is because you know sooner or later the snow and cold winds and the sun-less morning will completely vitiate your inner peace and harmony. Each year, money is spent on medication, Christmas is ruined and although with the approach […]

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Handling SAD Stress

If rainy days and Mondays make you cry, or sunshine on your shoulder makes you anything but happy and smile, especially during the festive season, chances are that you’re suffering from Seasonal Affective disorder. Ironically it’s called SAD and it starts by late fall, and the cycle runs out by the end of summer. But […]

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Mood Changing Foods

Amongst several ways of managing SAD, changing your diet along with your lifestyle could help to prove beneficial! Diet for SAD? Sounds interesting? Then read on to explore many facts that will come helpful in this regard.   Can SAD Be Managed Without Medication? It can be, to some extent. Eating certain foods and excluding […]

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Role of Fish Oil

Last year, when I was helping my sister to cope with the spells of seasonal affective disorder (SAD) that she was suffering from, I came across a very interesting piece of info. According to the American Psychiatric Association, every winter, 10 to 20 percent of the population fall prey to SAD, which is otherwise known […]

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