Depression - Nov 2011 - Volume 3 Issue 8

As the days grow shorter, and winter approaches, some of us tend to feel less cheerful than we do during the summer. Seasonal affective disorder, with the very fitting acronym of SAD, becomes more prevalent at this time of year. I’m going to describe some aspects of depression, and explain how you can tell if depression is a concern for you, as well as offer a number of strategies to combat tendencies toward depression. If you think you suffer from major depression, please call me for an appointment (613.829.0427) or seek other appropriate professional help.
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Headaches - May 2011 - Volume 3 Issue 2

It seems that April, with our income tax deadline looming, is a good month to discuss headaches! Headaches can really dominate a person’s life when they’re severe. Fortunately, there is a lot we can do to avoid headaches and to reduce the severity of the headaches we don’t manage to escape entirely.
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