December is Seasonal Depression Awareness Month

Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, is an emotional downturn during months where there is less sunlight, mainly in autumn and winter. The disorder affects about 2% of the United States population and can manifest itself in a desire to completely withdraw socially.  Some effects are typically caused by lethargic symptoms of cooler weather and less sunlight. SAD is treated by light therapy and counseling, which can improve mood dramatically.

Seasonal Depression Awareness Month is an excellent time to draw attention to the tough emotional lows that people with SAD experience during the winter months. When a person is tired and upset, especially during the holiday season, it is difficult to maintain good mental health and social skills, let alone a good quality of self-respect.

 

Welcome to Tick Tock Benefits

Tick Tock Benefits assists businesses and individuals alike with the mounting cost of out-of-pocket health care expense.  Serving Northern MN & Western WI with all your Life, Health, Supplemental and Medicare Supplemental needs. For the past 14 years Pam DeShaw-Brackett, President and CEO of Tick Tock Benefits LLC has assisted hundreds of businesses and thousands of individuals build a safety net for those expenses.

As the need for these services has grown, so has Tick Tock Benefits LLC.  Not only have we expanded our product line to accommodate this need, we do the research to help you find the solution that works best for you.  We have expanded our full service office to continue to provide you with the professional customer service we are famous for.

Tick Tock Benefits LLC is unique in its offerings.  We are committed to you, the Client.  We don’t just offer benefits, because no two businesses or individuals are alike.  We help you understand what type of benefits work best for you.

Please check out our products and services, we think you will find: At Tick Tock Benefits LLC, Time is Money, and We Save You Both!


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