Symptoms And Treatment For Seasonal Affective DisorderSeptember 1st, 2012 | Posted by in Light Therapy for SAD Information
Many people become poor victim of Seasonal Affective Disorder every year and people living in colder climates are the mostly affected by this disorder. Seasonal Affective Disorder or S.A.D. usually refers to depression that is associated with winter, hence also known as winter depression or seasonal affective depression disorder. Light therapy has successfully proven an effective option in treating SAD. Light therapy helps induce stimulation of nerves and cure SAD. It consists of exposing the affected person to bright light for up to an hour, through specially designed lamps with 2500 to 10000 lux intensity but minimal Ultra violet radiation to avoid injuries to eyes and skin. Walking out in the open during daytime, even if it is an overcast chilling day, can also help to wipe out SAD.
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