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January 15, 2014
Learn more about Light Therapy and discover it's use for treating not only seasonal affective disorder but also bipolar depression and other conditions.
Medically Reviewed by UPMC Western Behavioral Health
Categorized as: Living and Wellness
Tagged with: agitation, antidepressant, bipolar depression, depression in pregnancy, Dorothy Sit MD, dysregulated circadian rhythms, eyestrain, headache, insomnia, irritation, light therapy, manic episode, mood stabilizer, non-seasonal depression, outdoor ambient light, psychiatry, SAD, seasonal affective disorder, sleep disorders, suicidal thoughts, University of Pittsburgh, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic of UPMC
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