Details for 1986186 MAKERS COMPOUNDING

Are you SAD? Seasonal Affective Disorder is a mood disorder that comes and goes with the seasons, often becoming more pronounced during the gray winter months. Some people’s depression is deeper than others but all can be treated with good success! When we don’t have enough sunshine in our days, our vitamin D level becomes low but we can fix that with supplements and even Michelle Moser, RPh special lights. Many people, mostly women, find that a prescription nasal spray is also helpful. Vitamin D can be tested with a simple blood test with result showing how much you need to supplement. Normal range is 30-100, but optimal levels should be at 60-90, so if your test result is 38, you need much more than 1000iu a day! Vitamin D is available OTC in capsules & liquids. SAD lamps are helpful too. They project a specific type of light ray that interacts with your eye’s retina and cells in the skin to help produce “happy chemicals” that respond in the brain. Oxytocin nasal spray is a quick relief for many that not only helps with sadness, but also better sex life! Let’s talk! Feb 19 & 26 our hormone classes will go over many of these issues. Sign up now to save your seat. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Give a Hallmark card to show how much you care! Need a little gift too? We’ve got you covered! New, lovely items just arrived! Put a Hallmark Gold Seal on this Valentine’s Day! 360.757.6677 • 221 S. 1st Street, Mt Vernon • www.makerscompounding.com 1986186 S.A.D.

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