Winter Solstice No Cure for SADJanuary 7th, 2013 | Posted by in Light Therapy for SAD Information
With an increasing amount of people suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) these days, serious studies and research have been undertaken in this field to know more about the behaviour and mood swings of people suffering from SAD. Though the onset can begin as early as August, it is still varied for different people and the mood swings reach its peak during February before finally lifting up in May. Many believe that SAD is reduced by winter solstice, from when the daylight is increased but in reality it is not so. Why? Read on for your answers!
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