Category Archive for "Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)"

Time Magazine Covers Seasonal Affective Disorder

Time Magazine Sheds Light on Seasonal Affective Disorder

Time Magazine recently recently published an article explaining the healing benefits of natural sunlight. Like many people, especially during the winter months, it’s impossible to get the right amount of sunlight to maintain high energy levels. This can be especially…

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Feel Bright Light for Seasonal Affective Disorder Trial Graph

Seasonal Affective Disorder Trial Using the Feel Bright Light

Primary Investigator: Ivette Emery, Ph.D. Hypothesis: Bright light treatment of subjects with seasonal affective disorder (SAD) with the Feel Bright Light will significantly improve SAD symptoms with minimal adverse effects. Study Design: A forward and reverse cross-over design was used….

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About Seasonal Affective Disorder

About Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that afflicts people primarily during the winter months, and is often referred to as seasonal depression or the winter blues. SAD was discovered in the early eighties by the National Institute…

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