Title: Be Gone
Winter Blues! An Orthomolecular Approach to Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
Khamba, ND, M.PH - Naturopathic Doctor
Description: Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) can be feelings of
sadness or blues predominantly experienced around the winter months, especially
on darker days. SAD can make winter seem especially bleak and miserable.
In this lecture, Dr. Khamba will go through the commonly expressed signs
and symptoms of SAD as well as the most common treatment approaches.
Taking apredominant nutritional perspective, she will outline the
benefits of using important vitamins and minerals. Discover how you can
turn around your winter and fight SAD!
Khamba, is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor focusing on family medicine, disease
prevention and promoting overall health and wellness using unique and proven
methods of improving health and treating illness through nutritional guidance,
botanical medicine, homeopathy, physical therapy, Asian Medicine, Acupuncture,
and lifestyle counseling. Her distinct method of treatment involves
discovering the root cause of conditions, instead of merely treating the
Dr. Khamba has
an honours degree in psychology, where she focused her studies on how mood influences
thoughts. After which she worked at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
as a Research Analyst where she gained experiences on recruiting and running
experiments. While pursuing her Master in Public Health, Dr. Khamba
examined the use of nutrients in treating mental health. A passion for
natural means of treatment led her to pursue higher education at
the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She is currently studying
her Ph.D at the University of Alberta where she examines the interaction of
psychiatric medication with natural healthcare products.
February 20, 7pm
OISE - Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
252 Bloor Street West, room 5170
ISF/CSOM Member price: $5 General pre-registration price: $10 General door
Pre-registration is recommended.
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