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Three easy tips to stay balanced during the Fall
Fall marks the downward spiral into winter--a season of short days, chilly nights, and colorless, dreary skies. As physicists have explained time and time again, everything is energy. Energy makes... Read more

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Try using Far Infrared Sauna Therapy.
With Far Infrared Sauna unlike a traditional sauna you heat up from the inside. You may have indulged in a traditional sauna before but have you heard about the amazing benefits of Far Infrared?... Read more

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Improve mood and combat SAD with these 2 simple steps
If you live in an area with seasonal changes (or that tends to be cold/rainy most of the time), it's imperative you be proactive in preventing the negative effects to your mood and well-being.... Read more

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Oily fish
Oily fish is a good source of the omega 3 fatty acids DHA and EPA which have been shown to reduce symptoms of depression. Eat 3 portions a week and choose smaller fish such as salmon, mackerel,... Read more

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Hot Yoga Therapy
The winter blues are a real thing, and whether or not you actually have Seasonal Affective Disorder, it's always a good thing to tackle an issue before it gets worse! My favorite way to combat that... Read more

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How to defeat winter blues
SAD is a mood disorder, and although it is generally thought of as a winter problem, it can also occur in other seasons. For example, the heat of summer can have a profound negative impact on... Read more

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Melissa or Lemon Balm
Gerarde, the famous herbalist, says that Melissa "maketh the heart merry and joyful and strengthens the vital spirits" . Indeed, Melissa has an affinity for the nervous system, being mildly... Read more

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St Johns Wart
St Johns Wort is a great cure for depression and SAD in the Winter. Read more

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Tips for overcoming SAD
What is SAD? Seasonal affective disorder is a type of depression that's related to changes in seasons, and it is thought to be caused by a lack of daylight. It usually starts as the days become... Read more

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Holiday
Go on a beach holiday in mid - winter! Read more

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Move to a Sunny Place!!
You tell yourself you like the changing seasons, because the start of spring and summer get you so high, and the foliage of autumn is so pleasant. But as soon as the clock pushes back, you're... Read more

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Get Outside & Moving
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is no joke. We can get bogged down by the cycles of the seasons and when it happens, the best thing to do is get moving and get outside. It can also help to engage... Read more

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Keep happy in the winter
The winter weather puts our bodies into hibernation mode resulting in us moving less and getting less of that all important vitamin D that the sun so kindly bestows to us. These quick and easy tips... Read more

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Wake up to Watch the Sunrise.
Celebrate the sunrise (or time of sunrise) for energy and replenishment. Read more

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