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Re: Happy New Year

I suffered from SAD for years - still do, to some extent.  It appears that the
amount of light entering some center or other in our brains is what is 
important.  Some years ago when I began spending nine or ten hours
a day on the computer, with the screen turned up to it's brightest level,
I found that my SAD lessened quite a bit.  I don't think it has to be any
particular kind of lamp - just bright light coming into your eyes and 
brain.  Of course, this is just my very amateurish opinion, but I do find
that a few days away from the computer in dull weather causes my
spirits to lag.

In a message dated 01/05/2006 8:03:11 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
lindsey@mallorn.com writes:
> I get that "SAD" (Seasonal Affect Disorder) from no sunshine and not
> being outside. Some day...when I have money...(laughing out loud now),
> I'm going to buy one of those natural light lamps and sit under it.

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