Seasonal Affective Disorder and How You can Conquer the Winter Blues
SAD, also called Seasonal Affective Disorder, troubles over 10 million Americans. Written by a physician, this compact, easy to read manual will give you all the essential information you need to deal with this disabling condition . This guide is designed with you in mind. Here you will find the essential information to learn to diagnose these disorders, review all the possible types of treatment, More
Do you have the wintertime blues?
Do you lack energy and the winter?
SAD; seasonal affective disorder affects over 10 million Americans.
Do all your chores seem more difficult in the winter?
Is it a struggle for you to get through almost every day?
You may be an unfortunate victim of this condition, SAD, (seasonal affective disorder).
Here are some symptoms you should be on the alert for:
• Being unable to control your appetite.
• Loss of interest in sex.
• Having a low energy level.
• Requiring lots of extra sleep
• Having a very bleak outlook on life.
• Experiencing difficulty in thinking and concentrating.
• Having a tough time completing tasks which are easily performed in the summer
Overcoming seasonal conditions is not something easily done on your own.
You will need some vital information and the best way to apply it.
Here you will learn exactly the help you will need and how you can best obtain it
You'll also be able to evaluate yourself to determine whether you have one of these conditions, which condition you have, and whether or not it requires treatment.
Written by a physician, this concise, easy to read manual will provide you with all the essential information you will require to manage this disabling condition
You will learn all the types of treatment available for this condition, and exactly how they work.
This will enable you to select and evaluate the treatment that works best for you.
Clearly presented, filled with helpful tips and great advice, this book will help you conquer this incapacitating condition.
You will learn the exact causes of this condition and understand the brain chemistry involved.
You'll be able to precisely identify your own disorder and determine what treatment, if any, is required in your case. (The Only one used)
You will have all the information you need to treat this condition on your own and learn whether or not you require medical supervision in your own special case.
If you're concerned about your loved one who has a seasonal disorder, you'll learn exactly how you can best assist them to get through the difficult seasons.
James Damon M.D. is a physician with several years of special interest in the field of seasonal disorders. Since both he and his wife suffer from a mild form of this condition, he has been inspired to do extensive research in order to help others with this affliction.
The product of this research is this concise, up-to-date guide, complete with all the information you will need to conquer this unfortunate condition and allow you to return to enjoying the life which you deserve.
You will find this book to be easy-to-read and provide you with valuable information on:
finding out what type of seasonal disorder, you might have.
How you might be helped by using a lightbox
whether or not you might require medications for your treatment.
What you can do to help yourself.
Whether or not you need the services of a therapist.
How to find the right therapist for your condition
The Real Truth About Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
This book is an easy to read summary, gathered from many different sources. It has been designed to provide you with the essential, up-to-date information you will need to help yourself or someone else who suffers from seasonal disorders.
This guide contains no fluff. The information provided is all you'll need to know about seasonal affective disorder in its various forms, how to diagnose this condition and learn all the types of treatment available.
You will also learn how you can best assist someone who suffers from this unfortunate condition. You'll learn not only what you can do, but also how to avoid doing things that may not help or even aggravate the problem.