Seasonal Affective Disorder
By admin on 6/11/2008 14:45pm
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
People affected by affected disorder feel fine during Spring and Summer but feel depressed during the Autumn and Winter months when sunlight exposure is limited. This form of depression occurs in certain predisposed individuals who have a biological need for more sunlight than their environment provides. SAD is best treated with light therapy alongside nutrition and bioresonance to support and strengthen the body. Associated symptoms can include lack of concentration, poor appetite, fatigue, over appetite, weight gain, insomnia and excessive sleep. If you think you may be suffering from SAD give us a call at FVFL and you can discuss your situation with a therapist who will advise you on what we can do to help.