Light Therapy Cures Eating Disorders and Seasonal DepressionNovember 6th, 2012 | Posted by in Light Therapy for Depression Information
Seasonal depression and eating disorders are very common complaints. It has been reported that about 10% of all female teenagers are stricken by such eating disorders while about 40% of young women fall prey to seasonal depression. But, according to Dr. Ray Lamb of the British Columbia University, light therapy can help out with these ailments. An expert from a university based at Vancouver in Canada claimed that roughly 30 minutes of exposure for a period of two weeks will be sufficient. The eating disorder known as bulimia in which people guzzle down large quantities of foods secretly can be treated with light therapy. Also, seasonal depression exhibited a notable improvement after it was treated with light therapy.
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