Seasonal Affective Disorder, also called SAD, is a type of depression that lasts for months at a time. The depression usually starts and ends at the same time every year. The wintertime is the most common time for someone to suffer from SAD. This is because there is less sunlight out during the winter, which deprives people of natural vitamin D from sunlight. Keep reading to learn some natural home remedies for SAD.
Mood swings are when your moods are all over the place often times without much of a warning. You can be happy and having a good time and then suddenly you are feeling depressed, angry, upset, or even scared. If you are tired of dealing with them, keep reading to learn some home remedies for mood swings.
St. John’s Wort is a flower which is known to grow across the world on several different continents including Europe, North and South America, and Eastern Asia. It’s a yellow flower with five petals, giving it a star-like shape. It can cause interference with other medications so it’s always wise to chat with your doctor before you start using it.
Menopause is when a woman between her 40’s and 50’s stops having menstrual cycles, though it’s not fully diagnosed until the woman’s gone a full year without having a menstrual cycle. While this process is completely natural and happens to every woman, that does not make it any less annoying.
Bipolar disorder is a condition that can affect your moods. It is sometimes referred to as bipolar affective disorder. This is a very serious, long-term condition where you can occasionally experience highs and lows, periods of depression, or what is known as hysteria or hypomania.
Anorexia Nervosa is a type of eating disorder that affects people all over the world. Women who are in their teen years or early adult years are most likely to be affected by this disorder. This is in part because of the social pressure put on women to be thin. Over-exercising an under-eating can lead to rapid, and often unhealthy, weight loss. However, other factors, like anxiety, depression, and certain genetic factors can also lead to Anorexia Nervose.