How to manage your (SAD) Seasonal Affective Disorder

Well it is going into winter, at least for me… Since I live in the sun starved area of cleveland ohio I personally had to figure out how to manage my Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). For those who may not be familiar with the term, SAD is an occurrence of depressive feelings in response to seasonal changes primarily related to lack of sunshine. If you notice that you get bummed out, depressed, or plain mopey in the wintertime then watching this video series will be good for your health. In this first video I will tell you how vitamin D helps with SAD. Stay tuned for more videos after this one addressing other ways to manage your SAD.

To learn more watch this video I made for you below.

About Lisa Marie Keller

Lisa Marie Keller wants to live in a world where it is commonplace to dance to the music of life. As a pain management specialist, she's been working as a Physical Therapist resolving the pain of her patients for a variety of conditions including but not limited to chronic back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, knee pain foot pain and even headaches for over thirteen years. Following seven years of traditional schooling and more years than she would like to remember at the School of Hard Knocks resolving her own pain and body dysfunctions she has become the Queen of Conquering Pain. When she’s not pondering on how to solve the next health dilemma, you can find her dancing around in her living room to music that is played much too loud, making snobby comments about amazing wine and fantasizing about where she is going to travel to next. Her first book — Free My Back — hit the Amazon Marketplace in August 2014. You can get a free e-book version of Free My Back by registering at www.freemyback.com
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1 Response to How to manage your (SAD) Seasonal Affective Disorder

  1. Pingback: Seasonal Affective Disorder, Stigma, and Social Media | SoshiTech

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