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Brighten Your Day, Brighten Your Mood

…depression with natural light and Vitamin D Some important factors linked to depression include light exposure and vitamin D levels, which make it unsurprising that that depression cases increase during the winter months. A study from the Netherlands tested the effects of bright lights and melatonin, a natural…

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Understand the Cause of Depression

…familiar with the technique. Light Light levels can affect depression. Depression has been found to be common in the winter months where bright light is often absent. We’ve discussed the value of sunlight before, but one recent study shows even bright fluorescent lighting may help. When eight depressed…

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Eliminate Cataracts Without Surgery

…shown that over a six-month period of treatment, over 41 percent of the eyes treated with N-AC eye drops exhibited improvement in transmission of light through the lens, 88.9 percent showed significant improvement in glare sensitivity, and 90 percent had a significant improvement in visual acuity. In…

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3 Natural Remedies for Headaches and Migraines

…migraine attacks than individuals on a placebo, and the headaches they had were far less severe. Dr. Schoenen’s study indicates that riboflavin therapy is as effective as currently used migraine medications. On top of that, it is much less expensive and has considerably fewer side effects. In fact…

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Five Steps to Minimize Stress

…in step 4, it’s time to add some visualization and positive inputs to the process. First, imagine your entire body encompassed by a bright white light. Next, picture yourself as you would like to be. For example, you might see yourself as extremely happy and healthy enjoying a walk on a beautiful spring…

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What Causes Ulcers?

…, if ever, hear mentioned is low melatonin levels. The trigger for melatonin production in the pineal gland is low light levels. As our society stays up later, uses artificial lighting far into the night, and gets less sleep, our bodies obviously produce less melatonin. Decreased melatonin production…

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