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Books About Seasonal Affective Disorder

Several books have been written for patients of seasonal affective disorder. These self-help books should be used in conjunction with medical or psychological treatment for seasonal affective disorder and bi polar disorder. Winter Blues, Revised Edition: Everything You Need to Know to Beat Seasonal Affective Disorder by¬†Norman E. Rosenthal Snooze… or Lose!: 10 “No-War” Ways […]

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Activities To Do While Using Your Light Box

Many people that suffer from¬†Seasonal Affective Disorder¬†have been told to begin using a¬†light box¬†to help them recover from their winter depression.¬† Although many have problems with just sitting in front of their light box, that some shy away from treatment. You can turn your light box on and sit in front of it everyday from […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder in Children

Seasonal Affective Disorder in children is a lot less common than in adults. But that is because symptoms are milder and someone what hidden than symptoms in adults.¬† Research suggests that around 1 million school-age children and teens in the U.S. suffer from SAD.¬† SAD seems to get worse as people age, but may appear […]

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