Light Therapy For Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)June 29th, 2012 | Posted by in Light Therapy for SAD Information
The problem of depression generally occurs in cold and dark winter months. Some of the SAD symptoms are marked changes in sleeping patterns or appetite, a general feeling of despondency, a lack of ability to manage self-destructive thoughts, difficulty concentrating and a unusually short temper. Fortunately, many miserable symptoms can be improved using light therapy. The depressed patient should start with fifteen minute daily sessions, and work their way up to as much as two hours of treatment a day. The key to successful treatment is consistency. Put aside time each day to complete your session. Skipping sessions may make the treatment less effective.
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