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“SAD?” – WINTER DEPRESSION SEASON TYPICALLY RUNS FROM OCTOBER TO APRIL

Seasonal AD

Symptoms of SAD include: 

  • anxiety
  • crying spells
  • food cravings (especially sweets and starches)
  • increase or decrease in appetite
  • irritability
  • lack of concentration and focus
  • sadness
  • withdrawal from family and friends
  • weight gain or loss.

WEBMD – TREATING WINTER DEPRESSION SYMPTOMS

PROPERLY TIMED LIGHT AND MELATONIN LIFT WINTER DEPRESSION BY SYNCING RHYTHMS

“MY EXPERIENCE” – SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER – SUSANNE JUL, PhD

winter blues

 

BOOKWINTER BLUES – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO BE SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER – Norman E. Rosenthal

 

 

MAYO CLINIC – LIGHT THERAPY BOXES FOR SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER

REPLENISHING SEROTONIN LEVELS DOES MORE THAN YOU THINK – 5-HTP – ENHANCE YOUR MOOD, YOUR SLEEP, AND A LOT MORE

L-TRYPTOPHAN AUGMENTATION OF LIGHT THERAPY IN SEASONAL EFFECTIVE DISORDER

L-TYROSINE, SESAME SEEDS, AND SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER

RESEARCHERS LINK VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY TO SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER

CAN HORMONES OTHER THAN MELATONIN BE OF HELP?

Seasonal Affective Disorder & Progesterone

Seasonal affective disorder (also known as ‘SAD’) is caused by the long nights experienced in high latitudes.  Normal treatment is to make the sufferer extend the daylight hours with artificial lighting. Researchers have found that long nights cause a drop in the level of progesterone in the blood.

People have lived for centuries in high latitudes without suffering from the condition. The obvious question is ‘why now?’ There is some evidence to support a correlation between the incidence of the disorder and the rise in environmental estrogens. Progesterone is a powerful antagonist to estrogen.

DHEA Major Depression

GLUTATHIONE MOOD DISORDERS

SLAP “SAD” SILLY!

A SUGGESTED PROTOCOL:

  • GH3 – 2 on an empty stomach – take in the middle of the night to help with this – frees up serotonin and norepinephrine – do not use if you are taking a medication that is an MOA-Inhibitor.  Take five days off between bottles – many health and anti-aging benefits beyond mood support.
  • LIGHT THERAPY – 30 minutes after awakening in the morning for 30 minutes
  • DHEA 25 MG for men sublingual in the morning – dissolve under tongue, or:
  • DHEA 5 MG for women x2 for a total of 10 mg
  • S-ACETYL-L-GLUTATHIONE dosing 100 mg/50 lb body weight in the morning
  • GOOD MULTIVITAMIN (this is an example) in the morning
  • VITAMIN D3/K2 5000 IU D3 (total of 7000 IU if using the multi above) – 1
  • ONE TABLESPOON SESAME TAHINI

      THEN, around 4 PM:

BEYOND THE BLUES!

PERIODONTITIS & GLUTATHIONE

OLIVE OIL SUPERIOR TO MAMMOGRAPHY FOR BREAST CANCER PREVENTION

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