In nature, winter is a time of slowing down; a time of hibernation. There is less sunlight, colder temperatures, and a tendency to want to curl up and stay put. This is how we are built, but our modern lives don’t always allow for these natural tendencies which emerge in response to the shift in season.
As we continue to push forward, we can become run down and more susceptible to illness, depression and fatigue. Add the activity of the holidays; manageability can become extremely challenging.
Through assessment, counseling and education we can help individuals with mood instability, anxiety, overeating, and addictive behavior. Read More