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SAD - seasonal affective disorder
November 24, 1999
4:52 pm
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A while ago someone posted about this disorder and was asking for some information. Well the other day I recieved a little pamphlet in the mail that we always get from our electric company. While skimming through the pages, I noticed a page dedicated to SAD. I remembered the previous post and wanted to let him/her know there was something that may help relieve the situation.


There are several things to order that give off light, it's what they call "bio-bright lite". Here is the list of items and numbers to call.

Soleil Sun Alarm clock - gradually illuminates during 30 minutes before alarm goes off - sells for $119-$174. either call 1-800-486-6723 or go to the web site http://www.LightTherapyProducts.com

There is also a thing called the bright box, to which you sit by for 15 - 30 minutes a day. $299 call 1-800-545-9667 or the web site is http://www.apollolight.com

Happy hat, a "visor" type hat you wear that have light weight bio-bright lights. $199-$299 Call 1-800-621-Lite.

Gentle Mornings = relaxor sound and light therapy alarm clock. It has six enviromental sounds such as song birds and heartbeats. The light will wake you naturally. This retails about $60 and is available at Sears stores. Either call Sears for mail order catalog or you can call 1-800-RELAXOR to help you locate this product.

Last but not least there was a bio-light on a stand to which you can use while on your excersice bike or treadmill. This costs around $475 and you can call 1-800-222-DAWN.


Now these were just featured products and since it's getting to be that time of year here (Iowa), I'm sure thats why they had them in their pamphlet. I bet if you called these numbers they may have a catalog or pamphlet to send you of various products. Some of these products sounded rather nice for someone like me, but then again I live in Iowa and many of us northerners go through the winter blah's.

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