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Lessen or Eliminate the Symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder

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  • Lessen or Eliminate the Symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder

    • Do you find that you are depressed more as the days become shorter?
    • Do you tend toward excessive eating and oversleeping in the fall and winter months?
    • Do you find that these symptoms disappear with the arrival of spring?

    Does this sound familiar? If you have ever felt like this, you are not alone and there is real and lasting help in the form of the Sedona Method. The Sedona Method is a powerful tool for letting go of all emotional symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder.

    Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of winter depression that affects millions of people every winter between September and April, in particular during December, January and February.

    It can be caused by a biochemical imbalance in the hypothalamus due to the shortening of daylight hours and the lack of sunlight in winter.

    For many people, Seasonal Affective Disorder is a seriously disabling illness, preventing them from functioning normally without continuous medical treatment. For others, it is a mild but debilitating condition causing discomfort but not severe suffering, called simply the 'winter blues.'

    Whether your are suffering from severe depression or you are simply feeling blue, The Sedona Method can help you to lessen or eliminate the emotional symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder.

    Feel your winter blues dissolve on the spot.

    When you identify some of the warning signs of depression, simply ask yourself the easy-to-learn and easy-to-remember questions that make up the Sedona Method, and you will feel the heaviness leaving your stomach, shoulders and chest. In its place, you will feel warmth and lightness. You will no longer feel lost and alone. You will feel more alive and cared for, even in situations that used to make you feel the most depressed.

    The noise of your mind will subside, and your heart will feel more open and healed. You will be able to get out of bed in the morning, ready to move into your life with ease and emotional wellness.

    What is clinical depression?

    The term clinical depression refers to any form of depression that requires some form of treatment in order to alleviate it. It is quite normal for people to become depressed when something bad happens, such as the death of a loved one or an end to a relationship. This type of depression normally goes away after some time; but in some cases it persists for much longer. When it lasts for periods of six months or more, it falls under the classification of clinical depression.

    You don't have to be lost in depression anymore.

    Recognizing the signs of depression is the first step to understanding what is happening. There are two common treatments for clinical depression: medication and therapy. There is also a third, highly-effective and reasonably priced alternative to both of these approaches called the Sedona Method. The Sedona Method can help you get better, faster results out of whatever treatment program you are currently using. It is a non-drug, non-medical alternative for breaking free of the debilitating effects of all forms of unresolved depression.

    Let's examine the alternatives to give you relief from depression:

    I. You could medicate yourself.

    There are many commonly prescribed drugs for suppressing the symptoms of depression. Drugs do provide temporary relief from depression symptoms, but common side effects range from clumsiness and dizziness to loss of sexual desire, muscle spasms and vomiting.

    Some of the drugs used in the treatment of depression can also be quite habit-forming. Some of the side effects of withdrawal from their use include the reoccurrence of all the symptoms that the medication was masking in the first place, plus many extreme reactions like bizarre behavior, convulsions and hallucinations.

    These drugs come with a very heavy price to your pocketbook, your self-esteem, your health and your well-being.

    II. You can get light therapy.

    Light therapy is simply exposing yourself to more full spectrum light, which can be very helpful. However, it may just be masking deeper issues, and getting enough full-spectrum light in the winter is not always that easy.

    III. You can get traditional therapy.

    Next to the Sedona Method, therapy has the highest likelihood of producing a lasting change in your relationship with your depression. A therapist will assist you in identifying the warning signs of depression and treat the symptoms. Therapy alone is sometimes a long, costly and painful process.
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