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Also known as seasonal or winter depression, SAD presents symptoms in the same season each year—usually between September and March.
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For some people, meditation is a pathway to expanded consciousness that changes their lives for the better.
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When someone completes treatment for addiction, it’s a crucial step toward positive life changes. But the keyword is “step.” Addiction takes months or years to develop, and recovery takes considerable time as well.
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Whether it’s trying to fit in at neighborhood barbecue or looking for different activities away from negative influences, you have a lot of options for maintaining sobriety and creating stronger social bonds.
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Yoga can help people in recovery explore the connection between mind, body, and spirit.
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If you empower yourself to learn about who you are, you’ll be more equipped to identify your triggers without fear or judgement.
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If you or a loved one is suffering from addiction to alcohol or drugs, you might think: why enter treatment now, when it means you’ll miss the holidays at home? Wouldn’t it make more sense to wait for the New Year?

Consider the following reasons to enter rehab now—before the holiday season is in full swing.
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The holidays can prompt stress, depression, and anxiety. So much so that major health organizations such as the Mayo Clinic and the Cleveland Clinic offer guidelines for coping with the onslaught of negative emotions some people experience.
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Someone with an addiction may also have poor nutrition, even to the point of malnutrition. As a result, the body is depleted of essential vitamins and minerals.
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Because of a focus on present health, a dedicated yoga practice may reduce addictive relapses triggered through impulsive behavior.
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