Seasonal Affective Disorder Treatment: Light TherapyJuly 6th, 2012 | Posted by in Light Therapy for SAD Information
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) generally occurs due to absence of sufficient sunlight in winter and fall. Lack in light can make your mood worsen, inflame the winter blues or cause a seasonal affective disorder until the summer season. Light therapy is effective in treating SAD from root level. Light duration, light intensity and day exposure time are the three dimensions of proper dosing of light therapy. A session of a light therapy typically last between 20 minutes and 60 minutes. Researchers and experts at more than 10 medical clinics around the world found that treating the patients with light is really effective. If you have any doubts in using this light therapy treatment for SAD, then you should go and consult your doctor.
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