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Help for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Seasonal Affective Disorder - SAD FaceHere’s another tip from my women’s group… addition to new insights about menopause (see prior post). Several shared that they’re experiencing Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).  One woman has had positive benefits from using a lightbox…

A few of you wanted to know about the brand of light box I have. It’s Philips brand goLITE blue.  Don’t forget your D3, fish oil, being outside, exercise and time with people you love. This combo really kick’s Seasonal Affective Disorder where the sun doesn’t shine :)

Being in a community is so important for our health and well-being.  In just one gathering with my women friends, we shared our hearts and our resources for health, healing, and connection.

Are you in a group? Tell us about it in the “comments” section below.

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  1. Deena says:

    I found large doses of D3 helps tremendously. I was taking 2000 mg til the blizzard a couple years ago. I upped to 5000 mg and it made a huge difference with my mood.

  2. Cheryl Miller says:

    Hi Deena – yes Vitamin D3 really helps! So glad I discovered it.

    My doc recently cautioned against taking massive doses of it for long periods of time. I believe she said to drop mine back to 1 or 2,000.


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