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Acupuncture & TCM can help with seasonal affective disorder (SAD)

As fall turns into winter, many people are prone to a mild form of depression that seems to lift in the warmer months of spring. Along with a depressed mood, one can experience irritability, headaches, extreme fatigue and lethargy, increased appetite, carbohydrate cravings, an inability to concentrate, and decreased libido. These sets of symptoms form a condition commonly referred to as seasonal affective disorder (SAD). When you are struggling with depression, talk about how you are feeling with someone you trust. Traditional Chinese Medicine According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, everything has a yin and yang aspect: opposing forces that also complement one another and form part of a g

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