Treating SAD . . .January 10th, 2013 | Posted by in Light Therapy for SAD Information
If you feel low on a bright winter morning, then chances are that you may be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). This is the most common ailment during the winter season though it may occur in spring and summers too. It is a step between no depression and great depression where a person just feels low but it does not become a full-fledged depressed state. However, there are ways of treating SAD. Cognitive behaviour therapy, anti-depressant medication therapy and even light therapy can help in treating SAD. Associated with SAD is also insomnia or sleep disorder. To know more on this topic, read on.
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