Podcast Single #4, BeReal, The Podcast
00:00 - 9:52 Intro and Welcome Conversation
9:52 Ednesha introduces Seasonal Affective Disorder as a form of depression
12:25 Diana references stats regarding an increase in car accidents during time changes*
13:02 10 million people in the US suffer from S.A.D.
13:40 Symptoms Ednesha has recognized in her partner
19:23 Episode Break
20:45 Welcomes Ednesha's partner, Aldrin - hearing his challenges and what helps
33:00 Aldrin leaves and Diana offers her "couples therapist" intervention, Ednesha reflects on not understanding S.A.D. initially
38:20 Ednesha shares about working with clients, wrapping in questions re: seasonal shifts and that affect
38:36 Episode Break
40:12 Actionable Items for S.A.D. and intro to Indigo 108 via BeWell Psychotherapy
42:46 Ednesha speaks about how she helps her clients with S.A.D. - structure, light therapy, food, supplementation, meditation, breath techniques
45:02 Diana speaks about marking time with the sun in her office vs. home and post-pandemic life in relation to these changes
48:25 The importance of mind-body connection
*'Spring forward' to daylight saving time brings a surge in fatal car crashes. Deadly accidents spike 6% in week after time change. Date: January 30, 2020 Source: University of Colorado at Boulder Summary: A study of 732,000 accidents over two decades has found that the annual switch to daylight saving time is associated with a 6% increase in fatal car crashes that week. Numerous studies are found via the National Library of Medicine on both fall and spring changes and their impact on drivers and accident rates.