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Daily life circumstances that spell loss can compound the effect that fewer hours of light can have on person disposed to SAD during the months of September through February. Daily small losses and changes can build up into a mountain atop the person already suffering Seasonal Affective Disorder, creating a major obstacle to living. 

Step Into the Light and Cure SAD-ness

Winter holidays help a bit, providing  activities and recreation that can lift the spirit.  Winter Olympics and other sports at the arena or on  TV can provide interest in another way. However, four major treatments for SAD have shown positive results and hope for the future.

Click the link and find the symptoms you may not realize are related to SAD and read about the four treatments, many of which you can do at home.  Sometimes its as simple as stepping to the window…


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