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Joseph L. Spalding

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Psychiatry

Hannibal Regional Hospital Foundation


Psychiatrist At Psychology and Counseling Department

Capital Region Medical Center


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hrhonline.org

Joseph Spalding, DO - Hannibal Regional Medical Group
(573) 629-3370 - Local Phone Hannibal Regional Medical Building 6500 Hospital Drive


www.crmc.org

The Capital Region Center for Mental Wellness is pleased to announce the board certification of Psychiatrists, Deborah Krause, D.O. and Joseph Spalding, D.O. by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.


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Joseph Spalding, D.O., Psychiatrist


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Dr. Joe Spalding, a psychiatrist at Capital Region Medical Center's Psychology and Counseling Department, said the symptoms are quite different from typical depression.People who are depressed normally have a loss of appetite, lose weight and sleep less due to the anxiety, Spalding said.SAD causes the opposite effect in people."Patients with SAD can be described as eating like a bear, sleeping like a bear and growling like a bear," Spalding said.In the last 10 years, studies have clearly shown the efficacy of light therapy, Spalding said."Light therapy can work rather quickly; even quicker than medicine," Spalding said.Light boxes with special bulbs help to lighten the spirits of those suffering with SAD.The boxes are designed to simulate direct sunlight while sitting indoors.The key is for patients to look at the light occasionally throughout the day, Spalding said.A mechanism in the eyes is how the connection is made.They are available in different sizes, depending on the need of the user.Small units sit on desks or tables; larger units can make an entire room more bright.Spalding said because lights boxes are expensive, his primary form of treatment is medication.Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI) are Spalding's usual prescription for SAD.SSRIs help to restore the balance of serotonin in the body.The medicines usually help increase energy levels and moderate sleep schedules, Spalding said.


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Dr. Joe Spalding, a psychiatrist at Capital Region Medical Center's Psychology and Counseling Department, said the symptoms are quite different from typical depression.People who are depressed normally have a loss of appetite, lose weight and sleep less due to the anxiety, Spalding said.SAD causes the opposite effect in people."Patients with SAD can be described as eating like a bear, sleeping like a bear and growling like a bear," Spalding said.In the last 10 years, studies have clearly shown the efficacy of light therapy, Spalding said."Light therapy can work rather quickly; even quicker than medicine," Spalding said.Light boxes with special bulbs help to lighten the spirits of those suffering with SAD.The boxes are designed to simulate direct sunlight while sitting indoors.The key is for patients to look at the light occasionally throughout the day, Spalding said.A mechanism in the eyes is how the connection is made.They are available in different sizes, depending on the need of the user.Small units sit on desks or tables; larger units can make an entire room more bright.Spalding said because lights boxes are expensive, his primary form of treatment is medication.Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI) are Spalding's usual prescription for SAD.SSRIs help to restore the balance of serotonin in the body.The medicines usually help increase energy levels and moderate sleep schedules, Spalding said.


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