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5 Secrets to Winter Health and Energy

Stay Healthy and Happy to Weather the Season

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Appreciate the tips. Report
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SLIVERBULLET
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I believe I suffer from mild SAD so growing up in cloudy western Michigan wasn't great but as a kid, I went outside & enjoyed it anyway. Central coast of California not so much but my doctor put me on vitamin D supplements & I mounted track lighting over my bed. Turning it on first thing in the AM helped. The biggest issue for me is cold, I hate it & don't tolerate it well. I do take niacin during the winter & it has also made an improvement. Niacinamide is the buffered version found in a lot of multiple formulations but that form doesn't work - you want to take a dose that gets you to a hot flash stage then back it down a bit.

Kinda wish we were moving to the tropics but for this year, just gotta turn up the heat, wear some extra socks, get the tea pot going & push myself thru it. Shortest day already so winter will be gone soon, I hope & we will be relocated by then.
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EVIE4NOW
so not looking forward to winter this year. Report
Great article! I moved from a warm/sunny state to a remote, overcast midwestern state with harsh winters. I didn’t expect the change in climate to make such a big difference in my weight.. but it did. Report
Glad when winter is finished. we've had a very cold icy one so far this year. very difficult to get outdoors Report
SPRING145
I needed the pep talk, thank you. Report
Great article, I'm blessed to live in the South but SAD can still hit. Thanks Report
We get cabin fever up north so storms mesn waiting it out at home til roads are passable. That’s when a hobby really comes in handy. If you can get out, even to a mall to walk, it can nake a huge difference. Report

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