Do you notice feeling more down, lethargic or depressed during the sunless winter months of the Midwest? Seasonal Affective Disorder is a type of depression in which the symptoms occur during the shorter, darker days of fall and winter.
Light therapy supplements the lack of natural light by providing doses of artificial light and can be effective in relieving some of there symptoms.
Light therapy is available at Sindecuse Health Center for faculty, staff, students and retirees. The cost is $3 for three 30-minute sessions. Appointments can be made by calling the Health Promotion and Education office at (269) 387-3263.