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Do You Have “SAD” Disorder?

As autumn transitions into winter, the waning daylight can trigger the condition known as seasonal affective disorder. SAD is different than simply feeling listless, or unmotivated to leave your home because it’s cold and grey. It’s a type of depression distinguished by seasonality. People who experience SAD disorder may feel … Read More

Eating for Weight Loss

It’s easy to get the impression from advertising and news media that there are special weight-loss foods. The key to eating for weight loss, though, is to expend more energy than you take in via your food choices. In fact, any diet that cuts calories should result in weight loss, … Read More

Zoloft and Other Antidepressants: Can They Lift the Cloud of Depression?

Millions of American adults suffer from major depressive disorder (MDD), a condition that often interferes with a person’s ability to work, carry on successful interpersonal relationships, and engage in daily activities of living. However, many people get relief from their depression by taking antidepressant medications. Popular classes of antidepressants include … Read More

Natural Energy Supplements: 4 Ways to Beat Fatigue

Who couldn’t use a little more energy? It's very difficult to lead a healthy, fulfilling, and productive life if you're too fatigued to work, take care of your family and home, or exercise. Luckily, there are a number of natural energy supplements that promise to lift fatigue and boost energy, but before … Read More

Correcting Your Vitamin D Deficiency May Help With Fatigue

If you’re like millions of others around the world, you have an untreated vitamin D deficiency that is making you weaker and more fatigued. The two studies below looked at how taking vitamins for fatigue can treat this deficiency and boost muscle function and fatigue. The role of Mitochondrial Function … Read More

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