"I'm for ever spreading the Good News about natural ways to balance our mental, physical, chemical and spiritual energy systems. There is so much to say about the energy of life and how we can live to our fullest and best potential. The articles I post are, for the most part my personal and professional view on holistic health and wellness. I hope you find in them some little inspiration and direction for your life at this time. Thanks for taking the time to stop, breathe and read."
You may have heard of Season Affective Disorder or SAD for short - a medical condition defined by the Mayo Clinic in America as a form of depression that is directly affected by the seasons. But what if it is actually not a form of depression? What if it is actually a natural and normal occurrence that can be harder for those who are prone to stress related conditions like depression and anxiety.
We are energy beings one of some millions of species on this planet who are naturally connected to the ebb and flow of all life on this planet, including the seasons. Just as we need day and night, we also need the seasons. It is natural for our vitamin D levels to rise in the late spring / summer months and begin to deplete in the late autumn and winter months.
I wonder do we even get enough natural sunlight and daylight in most European countries to enable us to produce sufficient levels of vitamin D to help us boost our immune system and regulate our calcium levels, etc?
We can help ourselves do this by sourcing and taking good sources of vitamin d, like salmon, mushrooms, egg yolk and some dairy products. If you are like me and are intolerant to dairy, you might need to consider taking a vitamin D supplement. This is best taken as an oil and over food.
Check out my live video on Face Book on SAD and prepare yourself to be winter wise. If you can, book yourself a wee holiday in the sun or try and get outside during the day for some brisk exercise, either walking or running. Eat plenty of fruit and veg and try to rest more in the winter time, as the season encourages us to do with its darker and colder nights.
book an appointment with a Systematic Kinesiologist near you and find out exactly the best nutrition for you, to help you manage this winter. A Kinesiologist will also help you bring your whole being - body, mind and soul into balance enabling you to live through the winter with ease.
Click on the button below to phone Nuala and book your Kinesiology Session and get WINTER WISE
Having spent many years working in the area of Holistic Healing I hope this Blog will in turn help you on your journey of healing.