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Battling Seasonal Affective Disorder

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Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) affects as many as half a million people in the US each year. It’s thought that there are many more cases, including those who have a milder form of SAD, who don’t seek treatment. Often called the winter blues, SAD sufferers become depressed during the winter season.


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That's quite a good list of symptoms; almost mimics Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome. The body's circadian rythyms are certainly complex, right.......


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whisper...whisper... go for cordyceps, royal jelly, higher amounts of vit. C and Mg.... one of some options to deal with ...


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Cordyceps is an amazing thing! It has done wonders for us.  
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the same for me cherida mia ...but it was and still is the extract... not the powder.... but merely for so called: *adrenal fatigue*...I can't deal with that pic of SAD.... for myselve ....


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