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Old 09-29-2009, 11:29 AM   #1
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SAD Lamp

I can already feel the days getting shorter, colder and gloomier. Yesterday was particularly gloomy and I began to feel it, so I used my SAD Lamp. I got it for Christmas last year, so I haven't had the lamp for a whole fall/winter season. I'm really hoping it helps, as fall and winter are particularly tough on me. Has anybody tried a SAD Lamp? Did it help with your seasonal depression?

 
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