Facing Seasonal Depression
Manage Seasonal Depression Naturally
The condition of seasonal depression goes by various names, including seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or the ‘winter blues.’
Approximately 10 million Americans are affected, with an estimated 10-20% more cases going undiagnosed. While it is much more common among women than men and typically begins around age 20, anyone can experience SAD.
over 50% of people have family members with depression issues, with the winter blues being more common among those living in the northern states.
There is a good chance that you or someone you know battles with some form of depressive disorder. After all, over 50% of people report having family members with depression issues. While there is no one-size-fits-all solution—because depression impacts people differently—there are a number of natural solutions to help reduce or eliminate symptoms. In some cases, seasonal depression may even be preventable.
My goal is to spread the word about seasonal depression and how to manage symptoms naturally. During this experience, you will have the chance to understand common causes, symptoms, and treatment options.
Join me for an enlightening webinar, Facing Seasonal Depression, on Friday, January 29th at 1:00 pm EST.
The Truth Behind Seasonal Depression
There are a number of misconceptions when it comes to seasonal affective disorder. For example:
People suffering from SAD are depressed throughout the year. This may be true for some cases, but certainly not all.
SAD isn’t a serious condition and doesn’t require medical treatment. Depending on the severity of symptoms, SAD can be crippling, severely hindering a person’s ability to function normally.
SAD only occurs during fall and winter. While the majority of cases do occur during fall and winter, it is possible for people to suffer through the illness during the warmer months.
SAD only impacts people living in gloomy, overcast climates. The majority of cases occur more frequently in northern climates, however SAD can just as easily occur in warmer climates as well.
The only way to get through SAD is to ride it out until the seasons change. There are lots of techniques for preventing and lessening symptoms. Join me for Facing Seasonal Depression to learn more
Dive Into Seasonal Depression and Find A Solution That Works
I am motivated to discuss seasonal depression, how to prevent it, how to manage it, and what to do when it strikes. I understand this can be a difficult topic to discuss. However, facing seasonal depression is nothing to be ashamed of, and you don’t have to do it alone.
During this experience, I will highlight common symptoms, a number of possible causes, risk factors, and provide tons of techniques to help.
Nobody has to settle for mediocre health, and I am here to help. Join me to improve your health and wellness all year round. Your health is in your hands, it's time to take back control.
One way you can help is by inviting the people you care about most to our webinar, Facing Seasonal Depression.
This unique webinar is guaranteed to be empowering for those of you suffering and enlightening for those of you who want to know more about the condition.