Bright light therapy can help ease SAD, major depression, and perinatal depression.

The transition from fall to winter means grayer skies, shorter days, and for some people, the return of seasonal affective disorder. With the apropos acronym of SAD, this disorder has symptoms similar to depression (such as feeling sad, listless, and sluggish) but occurs only during the late fall and early winter.

Light therapy — which involves sitting close to a special light source every morning for at least…


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