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  1. #21
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    Jan. 2, 2013


    Info on several nutritional therapies for SAD. But I always recommend that folks talk to their Doc before trying anything new.
    A horse will save me

  2. #22
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    Apr. 21, 2010


    I think I am affected this year. I noticed a huge change in my energy once we turned the clocks. I want to sleep all day.
    Last edited by spacytracy; Feb. 8, 2013 at 11:36 PM.

  3. #23
    Join Date
    Nov. 8, 2005


    Quote Originally Posted by pony4me View Post
    And light boxes are not that expensive. I think mine was around $125 eight or ten years ago, and it's still working just fine.
    The bulbs fatigue in a year or two depending upon usage. Still put out light but not as much of key wavelengths.
    "Things should be as simple as possible,
    but no simpler." - Einstein

    “So what’s with the years of lessons? You still can’t ride a damn horse?!”

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