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"Dr. Agolli has a tremendous educational background in non-invasive care. He attained a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree (NMD) from the United States School of Naturopathy and Allied Sciences in addition to receiving a Healthcare Management Certification from the University of Miami, a Masters degree in Herbology and a Bachelors degree in Healthcare administration. Dr. Agolli is also a Board Certified Naturopath by the American Naturopathic Medical Certification and Accreditation Board Inc. He personally opened the Progressive Medical Centers in Atlanta and will work with you in order to build a treatment plan that is suited to your specific needs. Specialties.

Dr. Gez Agolli has expertise in many areas including the following:

Digestive Disorders

Natural Hormone Replacement

Naturopathic Detoxification

Herbal Therapies

Tissue Mineral Analysis

Functional Medicine

Homeopathy

Sports Nutrition

Metabolic Medicine

Physical Fitness

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Progressive Medical Hour of Power

Host: Dr. Gez Agolli

Lifestyles

 

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Be SAD No More

6:00PM - 7:00PM

 

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD), also known as winter depression, winter blues,summer depression, summer blues, or seasonal depression, is a mood disorder in which people who have normal mental health throughout most of the year experience depressivesymptoms in the winter or summer, spring or autumn year after year. It is a type of depression that has many healthy, natural treatments to turn it around

Although experts were initially skeptical, this condition is now recognized as a common disorder, with its prevalence in the U.S. ranging from 1.4 percent in Florida to 9.7 percent in New Hampshire.    The U.S. National Library of Medicine notes that "some people experience a serious mood change when the seasons change. They may sleep too much, have little energy, and may also feel depressed.

Tonight’s show will discuss specific therapies that help combat winter blues. Find out how your thyroid and adrenal output change in the winter to make you feel more fatigued, and more importantly what you can do about it. From hormone changes, to nutritional deficiencies there are many ways to beat the winter blues.