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Depression

As spring starts to bring up flowers and cool temperatures and a warm sun create lovely days, symptoms of Seasonal Depression start to lift. More sun means more Vitamin D, and in addition to the brighter mood, that’s enough for most people. (And if you’re stuck in the cycle of yearly depression, now’s a good […]

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Researchers have found that most everyone will go through some period of mental illness, and depression is one common form. Here’s something that could help: some evidence suggests that depression might be a symptom of your brain wanting you to take action to solve a problem (or let it go). It pairs well with other research […]

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When the New Year comes in, most people feel exuberant: it’s a clean slate, and the next big thing to look forward to is Spring! But for people with SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), the light at the end of the tunnel isn’t close enough. Cold and flu season is still straining immune systems, the weather […]

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Take a Break to Destress

November 8, 2016

Ideally, you should have a few breaks built into your day to help destress and decompress. Not only is it good for your brain and heart health, it can increase your productivity if done with intention and focus. And if you’re really looking for some support, check out out Depression, Stress, and Anxiety Pack. But […]

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Fighting Off SAD

October 11, 2016

Full blown Seasonal Affective Disorder affects 4-6% of Americans each year, and another 10-20% get SAD mildly. How bad winter is influences that range; the further north you go, the more people are affected. You might already know that you get a little blue during the winter months, or it might be an unnamed dip […]

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