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The Benefits of Light Box in Seasonal Affective Disorder

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The Benefits of Light Box in Seasonal Affective Disorder

Some disorders are common and one of them is SAD. Seasonal affective disorder or SAD is a depression disorder that is associated with winter but it lasts in spring and summers too. Weight gain, carbohydrate craving and exhaustion are some common symptoms of this disorder. Long nights in winter lead to some hormonal changes in…

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Social Symptoms of Adult ADHD

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Social Symptoms of Adult ADHD

If you are suffering from Adult ADHD, you have probably noticed that you have a difficult time in work the same way a child has difficulty in school. Managing tasks, focusing on assignments, and learning to pay attention are all concrete abilities that can seem impossible if you have an ADHD mind. But how does…

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How to Stay Social While Staying Sober

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How to Stay Social While Staying Sober

For many people, one of the hardest aspects of staying sober is continuing to enjoy social events where the majority of the attendees will be drinking. Holiday parties, weddings, and even casual nights out can become overwhelming, producing anxiety and stress for a recovering addict. After all, sobriety is a challenge. If an addict is…

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Meth Detox Solutions

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Meth Detox Solutions

Amphetamines, including methamphetamine, or meth, are synthetic stimulants used because the body’s own energy chemicals (neurotransmitters) are released, the brain’s reward and reinforcement center is stimulated, and the effects last longer than those of other stimulants like cocaine, and at a lower price. “I started shooting speed and I couldn’t keep getting $20 from my…

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The Winter Blues – Seasonal Affective Disorder

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The Winter Blues - Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal affective disorder is a depression that happens during the fall and winter seasons. It is more often known as seasonal depression. Those affected with seasonal affective disorder will feel very tired, moody and sometimes sad and unfulfilled beginning when the season changes from summer to fall. In most cases the symptoms only last through…

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