Tuesday, 09 October 2012 01:00
Greater Manchester, England, 8th October 2012: As the clocks go back, many of us look forward to toasty evenings filled with hot drinks, cosy slippers and great TV. But for others, the darker nights and mornings can really bring down their mood. While a lack of energy during the winter months is normal, Seasonal Affective Disorder is a genuine problem for many people. In fact, the Seasonal Affective Disorder Association claims that at least 7% of the population suffers from S.A.D between September and April. Symptoms can include depression, sleep problems, lethargy, over eating, loss of concentration, social problems, anxiety, loss of libido and mood changes.
Sunday, 23 September 2012 02:00
A tiny light the size of a tennis ball can help alleviate the symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD.As the nights get longer, up to one in four Britons will suffer with SAD. It is caused by the brain not receiving enough daylight which is needed to trigger serotonin, a hormone that regulates mood.
Wednesday, 22 August 2012 01:00
By Dr Mercola - Vitamin D, once thought to influence little more than bone diseases such as rickets and osteoporosis, is now recognized as a major player in overall human health. Most recently, new studies suggest that your vitamin D status can even help or hinder your weight management, which I'll review below.
Wednesday, 06 June 2012 01:00
It’s important to have a healthy connection to the sun each day. The sun feeds our heart, it shines through our eyes and feeds our chakras with spiritual light,it feeds our cells, providing Vitamin D, it helps to activate our 12 strand DNA, it brings warmth to the body and soul and brings a greater connection to spirit and nature. The sun gives life to everything on the earth and is always shining, no matter what the weather!!
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 02:00
Our bodies are powered and nourished by solar energy, which we consume directly by exposing our skin to sunlight, and in the form of foods, which have themselves collected and stored solar energy. We all need a minimum of 15 minutes of sunlight on bare skin every day, to maintain optimal levels of health and wellbeing.
Tuesday, 28 February 2012 16:31
(NaturalNews) Taking vitamin D while still young may be good for the body in the long run. Results from a study conducted by theUniversity of Zurichhave confirmed that sufficient amounts of vitamin D taken consistently are necessary to maintain bone health
Tuesday, 10 January 2012 14:08
Light has a massive impact on our health; not only is it an important stimulant that helps people feel positive, upbeat and full of life, it also plays a key factor in our overall physical well-being as it keeps our circadian rhythm (our internal body clock) on track so that our daily rhythms (i.e. when we eat and sleep) and our mood stays aligned with each day.
Monday, 09 January 2012 18:33
By Dr. Mercola If your child comes down with a case of the chickenpox, which is, by the way, a mild disease without complications for the vast majority of healthy children, a healthy dose of natural sunlight may be just what the doctor ordered.
Tuesday, 09 March 2010 20:55
Vitamin D research that everyone should know about but few do! by Roddy McDonald Over recent years there has probably been more research carried out into the health benefits of Vitamin D than any other nutrient and the results that are being shown are indeed fascinating and enormously important to those of us