Preparing For Seasonal Changes. Prevent SAD.

Are you feeling the seasonal change coming? I know I am. Lets get you ready to handle and prevent Seasonal Affective Disorder which may appear in just 3 or 4 weeks from now. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is defined as recurrent depressive episodes that occur yearly in the fall and/or winter seasons and remits spontaneously in the spring. Although this syndrome is now being fully recognized as a valid disease, the physiologic pathways are still not well understood. Several theories exist surrounding SAD. Most focus the absence of sunlight during the winter months (artificial indoor light is not a protective or therapeutic measure) causing hormonal imbalances in the brain, particularly the

Resource for people sensitive to foods?

Food sensitivities are a common concern in my practice. Symptoms of food sensitivity can range from bowel and digestive irregularities, chronic joint stiffness,attention issues, brain fog, depression, anxiety, to weight gain or weight loss. Many patients are sensitive to the big 7 (wheat, corn, soy, dairy, eggs, sugar, and peanuts). However there can be many other sensitivities. One of the problematic things with food sensitivities is finding foods that are not cross-contaminated with your food intolerance. For example let say you are sensitive to corn, and you want to eat a steak. Well if that cow is fed corn, then you may have a reaction to that big juicy steak. Enter grass fed beef. Y

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Sound Integrative Health, PLLC

12737 Bel-Red Road #210

Bellevue, WA 98005

Phone: 425-889-5894

Fax: 425-307-6674

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