WMDT 47 NEWS - For many people spring can't come soon enough. This especially rings true for the nearly 15 million who suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder nationwide. It's a type of depression that affects people when the dark days are longer and the bitter cold of winter settles in.
But some say, there's a fix to help ease the symptoms, massage therapy. "We are pushing toxins out through the system. We are moving more circulation and blood through the system, so that gives you a little bit more energy," says massage therapist, Sarah Bramble.
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