Exercise can really help combat SAD and a decent pair of running shoes can make exercising much more enjoyable.
You’ve got SAD, you are fed up of living in your cold/grey/cloudy/not sunny location, you decide to make a break for it and move somewhere where the sun is eternally shining, so where are the best places to live if you are suffering from SAD?
If you have a depression that doesn’t seem related to the seasons you may assume that light therapy wouldn’t be for you, but that isn’t the case…
The annual cycle of sinking into depression during the winter months can be hard to deal with, you know it is coming, but you feel powerless to avoid it. There is little we can do about the weather but there are many things we can do to alleviate the impact it has.
When you’ve decided that you are buying a SAD light there is still a lot of work to be done – mainly working out which is the best device for your needs. Here we round up some of the best selling SAD lights to help you make a decision.
There are many frequently asked questions about Seasonal Affective Disorder – what are SAD lamps? Do they work? Who gets SAD? Is light therapy safe?
Here we attempt to tackle as many of these questions as possible.