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http://positivetranceformations.com.au/blog/sad-and-hypnotherapy/ SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) ...

http://positivetranceformations.com.au/blog/sad-and-hypnotherapy/ SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)

is not a huge problem on the Gold Coast, but it does happen. SAD is caused by people not getting

enough exposure to sunlight, as sunlight stimulates the pineal gland to produce feel-good chemicals. To

overcome despondency caused by a spell of gloomy weather, get outside more to chill out and to

exercise, increase your exposure to natural light and eat more oily fish.

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  • SAD AND HYPNOTHERAPYpositivetranceformations.com.au
  • Problems with anxiety andexcess worry are oftentriggers that eventuallylead to problems withdepression, as well asbeing psychologicaldisorders in their ownright.
  • Often, there is a largemental component toclinical depression –feelings of beingoverwhelmed, feelings thatyou can’t cope and otherfeelings along those linesall play their part.
  • Long-term stress andburnout also are factorsthat can be triggers.
  • All of these physicalfactors are things thatpeople often address usinghypnotherapy, as this isone way of getting deepinto the psyche to exploreand deal with underlyingissues.
  • These underlying issuesare often what lie behindproblems with anxiety,depression, panic attacksand the like.
  • There can also be aphysical side todepression and its cronies.
  • Sometimes, long-termillness can result in thissort of mental problem,although it could beargued which is the causeand which is the effect.
  • Sometimes, problems inbrain chemistry are toblame.
  • And sometimes, theproblem is SAD.
  • Thanks to the climate wehave here in Queenlsand,SAD (Seasonal AffectiveDisorder) shouldn’t be aproblem, as this is usuallycaused by a lack ofexposure to naturalsunlight.
  • Although people who havelived here for a while areless likely to suffer fromSAD, if you are a travellerinto this area or if youusually live here and goelsewhere for businessreasons, you mayencounter problems with it.
  • Even if you live here yearround, SAD may become aproblem if you spend mostof your time indoors underartificial lights and/or areon night shift for a lot ofthe time.
  • Now, SAD is a purelyphysical phenomenon.While it is in your mind, allright, it is all to do withyour brain chemicals andyour hormones (no, notyour sex hormones – someof the other ones!).
  • Your pineal gland issensitive to the amount ofbright sunlight you areexposed to, and this glandis responsible for releasingmelatonin into your system– one of the feel-goodhormones.
  • If your pineal gland doesn’tget enough sunlight, itdoesn’t produce enough ofwhat it needs to in ordertofeel good.
  • So what you always had ahunch was true actually istrue: dull gloomy weatherreally does make you feeldull and gloomy.
  • The problem is mostpronounced in higherlatitudes and especially inScandinavian countries,where SAD can look likeactual full-on clinicaldepression – in many ways, itis full-on clinical depression –but it clears up almost likemagic once the darker daysof winter are over.
  • Good thing this problem cannow be addressed usingHypnotherapy for Depressionor Hypnotherapy for SAD 
  • Find the facts here:positivetranceformations.com.au