6 Natural Ways To Treat & Avoid Seasonal DepressionDec 20, 2022
Over 2 million people in the UK experience Seasonal Affective Disorder or so-called Winter Blues. And I am one of them.
A few years back seasonal depression really kicked my butt. After some careful research, I’ve learned that I was dealing with Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Me, being a nerd at heart, I dove deep into research. I wanted to learn everything I could, so I could better understand the cause of Seasonal Affective Disorder and what I could do to help myself.
Now, I want to share my research findings and my 6 tips on how to naturally treat and avoid seasonal affective disorder.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- What is seasonal depression?
- Is seasonal depression the same as a seasonal affective disorder or the winter blues?
- What are the causes of the seasonal affective disorder?
- How to deal with winter depression?
- My 6 tips to naturally treat and avoid seasonal depression.
Watch the video now.
From all the research I've learned that I am more sensitive to the lack of sunlight and I have to make slight lifestyle changes during the winter month to keep myself feeling my best. Some people are gluten intolerant, and I am sensitive to the lack of sunlight. The same applies to you.
If right now you are feeling low, please know, that if you will apply these 6 tips to your daily routine, within 1-3 weeks you will start feeling better. And... if you are feeling low, don't keep it all to yourself. There is no stigma in feeling low, talk to your family and trusted friends. Having a good support system around you is important at all times, especially during times, when you are not feeling your best.
If you decide to take on any of my tips shared in this video, decide ahead of time how much time you will give yourself to get better. What's your deadline before reaching out to your GP? Whatever that may be for you, share your decision with a family member or a trusted friend, so they can give you a nudge, if you don't feel any improvements, to reach out to your GP. Everyone is different, and everyone's circumstances are different, and it's important to take all the measures to look after your health.
I really hope you found this video informative and useful.
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