“Treat yourself to a couple of new lamps at home and a good reading light. The changing light of autumn means we have to return to artificial lighting to feel brighter in ourselves. If you particularly suffer getting going in the morning, a SAD light may be the best investment, as it is believed to encourage the brain to increase the production of serotonin and decrease the production of melatonin, which is vital to keep your mood lifted on dark gloomy days.”
One of my comments on how to reduce Seasonal Affective Disorder this winter in inews. To read the full piece with further comments, go here.