Think Straight, Feel Great

This time of year, many people experience some degree of the winter blues.

This time of year, many people experience some degree of the winter blues.

Fatigue, stress and even depression can dampen our spirits this time of year. One’s mental health is a reflection of both the mind and the body.

There are effective, long term strategies to improve mood, increase energy, decrease anxiety, and balance neurotransmitter function. What can you do to increase your vitality, peace of mind and cognitive function?

Naturopathic physician Dr. Macdonald will share the proven natural strategies she uses with her patients to enhance mood and vitality and to reduce stress and insomnia at an evening seminar called Think Straight, Feel Great.

The seminar will be held at the Crown Isle clubhouse March 21 at 7 p.m. Admission is by donation to this fundraiser for an orphanage in Kenya.

To learn more about how to spring out of the winter blues, come to Dr. Macdonald’s seminar on Thursday at Crown Isle. To pre-register or to book a complimentary “meet the doctor” visit, contact her office at 250-897-0235 or via www.getwellhere.com.

Dr. Deidre Macdonald is a licensed naturopathic physician who has been practicing medicine for 16 years in downtown Courtenay.  She received her psychology degree from UBC in 1988, her medical doctorate from an accredited naturopathic medical school in Portland, Oregon in 1996 and her pharmaceutical prescribing license in 2010.

— Dr. Deidre Macdonald

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