December Newsletter

REMINDER: TODAY IS OUR CARE & SHARE IN THE COMMUNITY CHARITY DAY and so all money taken for appointments for treatments with either Kevin Pistak (working between 8am and 2pm) or Katie Champion (working between 2pm and 4pm) will be donated to our local Dacorum Foodbank which will help them in their work providing emergency food for local people in crisis. IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO CALL US!

Berkhamsted Chiropractic Clinic Vitamin DSeasonal affective disorder (SAD), also known as winter/summer depression is now recognized as a common disorder,

 

Symptoms include a serious mood change when the seasons change sleeping  too much, having little energy, and feeling depressed. Though symptoms can be severe, they usually clear up.The condition in the summer can include heightened anxiety.

 

In many species, activity is diminished during the winter months in response to the reduction in available food and the difficulties of surviving in cold weather. Hibernation is an extreme example, but even species that do not hibernate often exhibit changes in behavior during the winter. 

There are many different treatments for classic (winter-based) seasonal affective disorder, including light therapy with sunlight or bright lights, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and hormone therapy. There is also a growing amount of research into depression and Vitamin DSee the many benefits of Vitamin D.

Take care of your body. It's the only place you have to live.

Jim Rohn