Please help: What's the best anti SAD light?

Gene Douglas genedoug at prodigy.net
Thu Jan 16 20:55:01 EST 2003


Well, I can't find it now.  Somebody posted, "suppose we *can* afford a
light, what then?
I found this on the net.  Apparently the difference in fluorescents is a
"tri-chromactic" light.
http://www.1000bulbs.com


"Gene Douglas" <genedoug at prodigy.net> wrote in message
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> If you can't afford the lights, a second response would be to walk or sit
> outdoors an hour or so each day.  If the weather is bad, sit in a window
> with the sun in your face.  (It isn't necessary to stare at the sun.)  If
> you don't have windows in the right part of the house, go to a restaurant
> and sit in the sun near a window.
>
> "Thorin" <thorin_0akenshield at hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:Tk8V9.10213$315.2736165992 at newssvr10.news.prodigy.com...
> Though extremely well-balanced the rest of the year, a friend of mine
seems
> to suffer from SAD during the winter months. I'm trying to talk her into
> getting counseling, but in the mean time, she's at least consented to
trying
> light therapy.
>
> I know nothing about SAD lights (other than that in many cases, they're
> supposed to help), so I'm wondering: Among brands/models available over
the
> night, does anyone have recommendations?
>
> I'll try to check here as often as possible for responses, but replies by
> e-mail would help assure I don't miss what you have to say.
>
>
> Thanks in advance for your trouble.
>
>





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