Are you Experiencing! (S.A.D) Seasonal Blues!

(S.A.D) Sometimes called the seasonal Blues!!

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Are you experiencing ( S. A. D. )


I can say that we are experiencing the effects of climate change for some time now more so today than ever, the weather is getting off to a very unpredictable start here in Canada and around the world not all provinces are like here in Québec, Canada, we’re not getting the sunshine or the welcoming warm weather  as usual and experiencing lower than moral temperatures especially  here during our summer months.We can say that spring was a total loss, summer was no better in 2017. I can just imagine what awaits us for this coming winter would be like in 2018.

Believe it or not, climate changes is hazardous to our  mental and physical health: 

Here is an example of the unpredictable (Climate Changes under stress) Mother Nature has taken a beating for decades. Now she is fighting back with vengeance we have been draining her of her most vital source of energy, her bloodline (Oil, Gas.)  Literally choking the life out of her, we are seeing this happening around the world causing toxic pollution and environmental stress on our planet. Damaging the ozone layers that protect us from radiation of the sun.  Stress is everything alive and can be very unpredictable…!

These changes in climate aren’t helping us to adjust, our body’s chemistry is showing signs of unusual imbalance in our physical and mental health. Our biological clock is being affected in many ways, sometimes causing anxiety and lots of frustrated stress that can lead to depression a concern not to overlook and also not getting or having a full night’s sleep waking up extremely moody and irritable and showing a lot of frustration before our day even gets started.

Definition ( S.A.D ) 🙁

 Seasonal Affective Disorder this can be a type of a mild to moderate seasonal depression (SAD) that occur during seasonal changes in our seasonal climate changes particularly in the fall and winter some call this the seasonal blues. (A).Here’s how to recognise if you are having these systems of (SAD) it could start first by affecting your motivation causing you to procrastinate or feeling moody and irritable you may experience some loss of appetite, loss of concentration not sleeping well, procrastinating on small duties to be done today putting off  for the next day and it never gets done.

We can all attest having done this at one time or another.  These are just some of the indicator or signs of (SAD). Other systems, including weight gain or loss, could be to blame for climate changes.  I can say that this is a poor excuse for having bad diet habits in seasonal changes but we all do it from time to time.

I learned that these changes in the climate and was told that it was normal to feel down and out sometime during these seasonal changes True, but not normal when it gets to affect our mental health, but remember we can do something about it so, why suffer when there are all kinds of solution that we can apply to live with these changes.

The festive seasonal  Blues or our special day’s for the celebration can be affected by these changes affecting our attitudes and feelings.  

There are solutions that I, use and recommend to be beneficial: 

There are therapies that suggest using a light therapy called Phototherapy, as well as taking multiple vitamin supplements that are available like vitamin D and B6 thiamine and other minerals. And fish oil like Omega 3 supplements that are known to be very effective to take daily.  There is also dawn simulators which is a low-intensity light that is used during your sleeping hours and there is bright light therapy as well to use during the day and these units just to let you know can be costly to own but worth it.

There is also quite a meditation with your favorite music that I, recommend to be very uplifting then there is hypnotherapy and there are many psychologists that offer single or group therapy! on this subject also try out the dawn simulators available in any tech shop.Use this while you sleep and wake up refreshed the unite is call the Lumiere Body Clock for people that find bright light therapy is not for them. I, say it is a very good night time choice and not too costly.

The Lumiere Body clock wakes you to a simulated sunrise that helps to regulate your sleep/wake cycle that leaves you feeling refreshed, alert and energized all day! The Lumiere therapy unite has many options for you to choose from, sunrise and sunset, only you can choose the setting that is right for you. The Lumiere can be used in conjunction with other bright light therapy products such as FM radio with sound effects as an alarm to wake you up naturally.

I like to share with you a product called ProVanax the all-natural or other organic product solution for mild to moderate depression or anxiety that is used with amazing results by hundreds of satisfied users with mild to moderate  (SAD) disorder. Should you prefer and want a more natural approach than taking pharmaceutical drugs, causing a hormonal imbalance of low Melatonin levels, low Serotonin levels cause by (SAD) conditions.  Then ProVanax is your best choice for going natural, clinically tested and has an (A) ranting under the NPA (formerly NNFA) (GMPGood Manufacturing Practices so you can be sure that it safe to take.

 Your healthcare provider like your pharmacist or naturalist Doctor might also want your doctor’s opinion before prescribing antidepressant medication natural or not if so needed. Antidepressant can take anywhere from 3 weeks to 8 weeks to take effect and at first, it has to be the right one or you’ll  need a different kind of antidepressant and there are many available that can be prescribed to you.You are best to advise when you talk to a health professional about your needs and situation.

You also need to know that It will take some time as mention earlier before you’ll get to feel any better and have to cope and tolerate some of the side-effects of the medication as well. Side-effect should be reported to your Doctor or pharmacist that you are experiencing side-effects with this medication.

Let me be clear when I say that antidepressant is not for everyone and that is one reason why that ProVanax by Dr.Sam Robbins  could be a better choice and there are no known side-effects to experience  of taking this product you must remember to be careful,  there are many to choose from out there on the internet and at your local pharmacy remember  natural or not they are not all created equal do your research  and be safe.

I’ve tried many kinds of products often called “complementary” or “alternative” medicines,  Vitamins and minerals, Herbal remedies, Homeopathic medicines, Traditional medicines like traditional Chinese and Probiotics, Other products like amino acids and essential fatty acids alike, I was not having the desired results that I was expecting until  trying  the HFL Solution product called  ProVanax   for  stressful anxiety to moderate frustration using this product I can attest it was  a game changer for my mental health .

I also was able to make life changes to gradually regain my mental health and well-being. I’m just a regular person just like you who are looking for solutions on the internet and many do by searching the world wide web for health issues that need immediate attention and that traditional medication can’t always perform as prescribe.


Dear reader a word of caution very important I must repeat again you must take the time to advise your healthcare provider of any of the changes in your approach with new health products that may cause you harm by taking just any type of natural product that is wildly available on the internet. Just because it’s label natural doesn’t mean it’s safe to take, be advise do your researcher before taking any medication remember it’s your health, you may be playing with.

I wish you health and well-being.

Author G.Fitzptrick

Motivational therapist.

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