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SAD- A Guide to Seasonal Affective Disorder
SAD is much more than the winter blues. About 5% of the US population experience seasonal affective disorder every year. SAD or seasonal depression can interfere with the ability to function daily, and may impact everything from relationships to work and more.
The Connection Between Your Mind and Body
We are learning more every day about the power of the mind, and how it influences our overall health and wellness. This connection to our state of being cannot be underestimated. The good news is we do have it within our power to make a positive impact on our well-being.
Depression: Causes, Symptoms, and Cure
Depression: Causes, Symptoms, and Cure treatment and more
What’s the Difference between CRT & CBT?
Psychotherapy is not a one-size-fits-all and two treatments, CRT & CBT, may be confusing and Health Products for You can help.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders
Everyone has at one time or another felt sad, blue, or anxious over some event in their life. While these emotions are valid, Generalized Anxiety Disorders (GAD) is a completely different animal. These are emotions that can negatively affect our everyday functioning as well as our quality of life.
Shining a Light on Seasonal Affective Disorder
We all get a little bummed as the days get shorter and darkness is more prevalent, but for some this funk can be more serious. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a depression that occurs usually in fall and winter. Since you can’t beat Mother Nature, how do we deal with this disorder? Light therapy or bright light therapy is one way to combat this disorder.
The Buzz on Bee Stings: What You Need to Know
Have you ever been stung by a bee? It’s not only painful, but a bee sting can also be life-threatening! If you were stung once with no reaction, that doesn’t mean the next time will be just as uneventful. Do you know what to do in case of an allergic reaction?
How to Deal with Caregiver Burnout
Caregiver burnout is no joke; it is as real as it gets. The physical and emotional stress can make it hard to care for a loved one or client. Burnout is a state of mental and physical exhaustion, often accompanied by a change in attitude. It can cause emotional fluctuations and make a positive and caring person feel negative and detached. Here are 7 ways to deal with caregiver burnout.
What You Should Know About Pulmonary Fibrosis
Respiratory ailments can diminish our quality of life, and among the many diseases that can make our breathing difficult is pulmonary fibrosis. This rare disorder (fewer than 200,000 cases a year) can make breathing difficult due to lung scarring over time. We can give you all the facts about pulmonary fibrosis, its symptoms, and potential treatments for living with this disorder.
Independent Living – 7 Things to Consider
Independent living residences are designed to make life easier for seniors and have become very popular in recent years. If you have been thinking about independent living for yourself or a loved one, we have everything you need to consider before deciding.
5 Best Gauze Dressings for Wounds
The proper dressing is a crucial step in wound healing. With the appropriate environment, you can avoid longer healing time and the possibility of infection. Take a look at the wound care section of your local CVS, and your head may explode with all the options available. Often, gauze dressings are the best choice.
Take a Hike – 5 Things To Bring Along
One of the best things about warmer weather is that it brings us out of the house. If you live in an area that experiences cold winters like me, the first crocus that pops through the ground is an excuse to be outside. But the great outdoors can bring a whole other series of issues. Read More.