Does Lack Of Sunlight Predispose Me To Depression (Seasonal Affective Disorder)?

Question: Does lack of sunlight predispose me to depression (seasonal affective disorder)?

Answer: Lack of sunlight in the winter months can trigger depression in people who are subject to seasonal affective disorder. It's good to get daily sunlight as much as one can, and sunlight can also be supplemented by so-called light boxes which provide illumination much like the sun's light.

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