Treating winter depression

Are you sick and tired of feeling depressed whenever the winter months roll around? Then you might want to consider buying a SAD light, also known as seasonal affective disorder lights or light therapy boxes.

It is said that about six percent of those living in the United States suffer from SAD or winter depression. The artificial light emitted by a light box simulates natural outdoor light, and scientists say this helps to relieve SAD symptoms because it influences certain brain chemicals that affect your mood.

Phototherapy devices like SAD lights are increasingly becoming popular with more and more people for several reasons.

1. It’s a proven treatment for SAD
2. It has little or no side effects
3. It is generally safe for pregnant women or those who are breast-feeding
4. It can enhance the effectiveness of antidepressants
5. It can help you decrease your dosage of antidepressants

Before you buy a SAD light, you should talk to your doctor about your symptoms and determine whether it is safe for you to use such a device. It may not be suitable for certain persons, such as those with skin that is especially sensitive to light or those with eye disorders that make their eyes susceptible to light damage.

Check out our testimonials from our current or past users. While it’s true what works well for one person might not work as well for another, finding out about its effects from a user’s point of view can help you make a better buying decision.