Posts Tagged ‘seasonal affective disorder’

The Holidays are Here. Don’t let this be you.

Wednesday, December 9th, 2015 by Sharon Sherman

With the year winding down, the holiday season has us doing anything but. We’re programmed to spend the next few weeks running around, shopping, wrapping, decorating, cooking, meeting end of year deadlines at work, planning and attending gatherings – leaving our carefully planned routines behind to celebrate the season with friends and family. In December […]

Read More...

Getting Back into the Swing After Summer…

Monday, October 7th, 2013 by Sharon Sherman

Traditional Chinese Medicine to Reduce your Stress and Find your Rhythm Moving into Fall Those long, lazy days of summer are waning and crisper fall days are just around the corner. For many of us – parents, students, professionals – this means a return to our “normal” schedules of school, work and daily routines. This […]

Read More...

How to Combat the Holiday Blues with Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

Sunday, December 13th, 2009 by Sharon Sherman

While the holidays are depicted in movies as a time of idyllic serenity and joy, we have all felt the realities of holiday stress.  Financial concerns, gift giving, busy schedules, family obligations, weight gain and lack of exercise all play into the “holiday cheer”.  These pressures can affect us physically, emotionally and spiritually often leading […]

Read More...