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The Winter Blues
As fall approaches we can give our air conditioners a break and finally get some relief from the scorching sun and stifling humidity of summer. With this change of season comes many other changes, like fall colors, winter sports and let's not forget wardrobe. But for some, a change in mood is an all too familiar seasonal change as well.
Until recently, I had no idea just how common this condition really is! It's estimated that one-third of all Americans experience some symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder during the short days and long nights of winter. It's almost like as the weather gets colder and darker, so doing our emotions! That's a lot of people catching the winter blues!
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As winter gets closer, we wanted to let people know more about Seasonal Affective Disorder and what they can do about it. Sadly, many people that experience this disorder chalk it up to simply feeling down, and don't realize that there are plenty of natural solutions that can help them feel energized and back on top!
On the topic of feeling energized, we came across a really interesting news flash about the effects of nicotine. So, we set out to bring you this article on how this main ingredient in cigarettes is now believed to not only be addictive but can also cause atrial fibrosis! And, it's ironic that almost every product designed to help you quit smoking contains nicotine!
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Are You SAD? Help for Your Seasonal Affective Disorder
While autumn can be a beautiful and anticipated time of year for some, for many it can be somewhat melancholy, bringing about a change in mood as the season shifts. As daylight hours shorten, as many as 1 in 3 Americans notice increased feelings of lethargy and sadness, as well as a decreased number of bright and happy thoughts, as if their emotions are echoing the change in seasons.
This common condition, known as Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD, is a type of depression brought about by the change in seasons. Although anyone can be affected regardless of age, gender or location, SAD generally tends to be more prevalent in populations that live in more northern regions, where the changes in seasons are more drastic and noticeable.
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New Toxic Side Effects of Nicotine
Even as a child you were likely told that smoking was bad for you! It is common knowledge in today’s society both smoking and secondhand smoke are extremely damaging to your body. A new scientific study points the finger, no longer just at the toxic chemicals you find in cigarettes, but also at nicotine itself, the addictive component in tobacco.
Released by the University Hospital Magdeburg of Germany, this recent study revealed that nicotine in the bloodstream is a direct cause of Atrial Fibrosis, a condition which causes arrhythmias and is directly linked to Congenital Heart Failure.
Learn more about nicotine's scary side effects >>
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5 Helpful Tips to Make it Through Your First Week
When it comes to breaking any addiction, the first week is often said to be the most challenging. Since your body is accustomed to daily doses of nicotine, it can react harshly when suddenly deprived of the drug, causing what are known as withdrawal symptoms.
Like withdrawal from other drugs, beating a nicotine addiction can produce serious symptoms like headaches, anxiousness and the inability to focus or concentrate, as well as many others.
Read More On battling nicotine withdrawal >>
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"Hello. I'm 17 years old. I recently started having panic attacks, from stressing out so much. I get upset easily, mad easily, when seasons change it really effects me and I go through depression. I can't always stay calm, I worry about a lot of things, even things I shouldn't be worrying about...and I wanted to know if taking your Natural Herbal Remedies will help me stay calm?"–Kathy
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"I am a smoker of about 35 years and would like desperately to quit. Do you have a product that will help me to do so from day one? This is the first time I will have ever tried to quit." –Pat
Quitting smoking can be a slow process depending on your levels of addiction and we commend you on your excellent decision to adopt a healthier smoke free lifestyle.
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