Why do people get SAD depression in Autumn (Seasonal Affective Disorder)?

The reduced level of sunlight in fall and winter may cause winter-onset SAD . This decrease in sunlight may disrupt your body’s internal clock and lead to feelings of depression. Serotonin levels. A drop in serotonin, a brain chemical (neurotransmitter) that affects mood, might play a role in SAD . 

SAD is triggered by the change of seasons and most commonly begins in late fall. Symptoms include feelings of sadness, lack of energy, loss of interest in usual activities, oversleeping and weight gain.

The I LOVE® Wellness Energy Bath & Body range is perfect to refuel, nourish and hydrate skin, as well as keeping skin looking healthy and beautiful, providing essential vitamins, minerals and other nutrients.

The I LOVE® Wellness Energy range uses a combination of natural fragrances and essential oils of Ginger, Orange and Bergamot oils to help invigorate mood and inspire energy.

Research into the benefits of ginger oil indicate that it has anti-inflammatory properties, and helpful in easing feelings of nausea, which is a symptom of SAD depression. SAD depression can cause severe fatigue and make the simplest activities, such as getting out of bed, too difficult to manage.

In aromatherapy orange essential oil is renowned to reduce symptoms of anxiety. 

Bergamot oil is used for high levels of cholesterol or other fats in the blood. It is renowned for use for anxiety, mental alertness, joint pain, and many other conditions. It’s particularly good for oily skin, helping to unclog pores and balance sebum levels to get skin glowing for all the right reasons.

Bergamot oil is a relaxant, and research presents it can help reduce nervous tension and work as a stress reliever and natural remedy for anxiety. 

At I LOVE® our formulators work to ensure our products are designed to take care of your skin and your mood. Self-care starts with you looking after you😉

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