Posted by barbaracat on December 31, 2004, at 17:39:53
In reply to Re: Light box - Vitamin D?, posted by katia on December 30, 2004, at 20:15:14
Congrats on the job! A new job always provides an interesting diversion. And money is a very good thing. Life is unnecessarily hard without it.
I was doing great until I did a bit too much celebrating last night with the swamp juice. Today, ugggghhh. It really affects my moods, energy, memory (big holes in memory), nauseous, headache, hurt relationships. After tonight's champagne toast I believe it's parting ways for me and that beautiful poison.
I will be calling Theresa now that it's the new year and company and stuff are gone and life is settling down. I believe I'll need some help sticking to this New Year's Resolution and hope she can provide some support. So, here's to a wonderful New Year and out with the old. Barbara
> Yes, I"m just dysthymic; mild to mod depression in and out throughout the year, but it's ALWAYS worse in the winter time. I'm feeling somewhat "normal" now. So who knows what it is - all of the above of what I'm doing for myself and have been med/herb/oil/diet wise. Maybe I"m finally evening out after 2 1/2 years of med trials and a lifetime of hellish mood swings. We'll see....
> Glad to hear you are doing better! Guess what? I went to that place we went to today for an interview and I got the job. At least it's a switch from what I am doing even if it's still in the biz....for now it'll have to do as I'm BROKE!
> I'm not sure if I get Vit. D from this sunbox.
> > Hi Katia,
> > That's great news. Just curious, do you get the same kind of depressions in the summer? If so, could it be not getting enough sunlight in the Summer as well? In other words, do you think there's something about the time of year itself or is it lack of sunlight no matter what time of year? Makes me wonder about getting enough Vitamin D.
> > BTW, adding 1 capsule of the Flora full-spectrum SJW did the trick, feels as good as it did before. Chemistry is amazing. - Barbara
> > > What kind do you have?
> > > I have the apollo IV and it works. I snapped out of it almost right away.