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PostSubject: Light therapy may help women with BP   12th February 2009, 17:40

Bright light therapy can relieve depression in some women with bipolar disorder, a study shows.

Bright light treatment started out as a way to relieve winter depression, but it has since been shown to be effective for seasonal and non-seasonal major depression. It could also benefit people with bipolar disorder, in which moods swing from depression to mania, note the authors of the report in the medical journal Bipolar Disorders.


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PostSubject: Re: Light therapy may help women with BP   12th February 2009, 18:11

whistle "You are my sunshine...my only sunshine"....
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PostSubject: Re: Light therapy may help women with BP   12th February 2009, 20:15

Maybe I need to help with my sun tan a little earlier this year. head spin
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PostSubject: Re: Light therapy may help women with BP   12th February 2009, 20:44

That's interesting, I always said I felt better when I went to the tanning beds! big grin
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PostSubject: Re: Light therapy may help women with BP   12th February 2009, 20:45

Lost One wrote:
Maybe I need to help with my sun tan a little earlier this year. head spin

Don't forget to wear your bikini tongue
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PostSubject: Re: Light therapy may help women with BP   12th February 2009, 20:45

We were posting at the same time. You too Terry. Binkini time thumbs up
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PostSubject: Re: Light therapy may help women with BP   12th February 2009, 23:46

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We were posting at the same time. You too Terry. Binkini time thumbs up

hmmm Between Jack the Bowflex, probably thumbs up
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PostSubject: Re: Light therapy may help women with BP   13th February 2009, 08:08

Exercise works wonders my friend thumbs up
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PostSubject: Re: Light therapy may help women with BP   13th February 2009, 16:02

Doc Mike wrote:
Lost One wrote:
Maybe I need to help with my sun tan a little earlier this year. head spin

Don't forget to wear your bikini tongue

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PostSubject: Re: Light therapy may help women with BP   13th February 2009, 17:02

scratch Okay...so...do I get a skinny therapist for "light" therapy...or find a therapist who doesn't get into heavy therapy? whistle
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PostSubject: Re: Light therapy may help women with BP   13th February 2009, 18:59

AlwaysHopeful wrote:
scratch Okay...so...do I get a skinny therapist for "light" therapy...or find a therapist who doesn't get into heavy therapy? whistle

Go to a tanning booth Michelle, start with 5 minutes at a time love
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PostSubject: Re: Light therapy may help women with BP   13th February 2009, 20:01

Terri..I really wish we had a smiley with something going over its' head... hysterical hysterical hysterical WAIT!!! I just found one...
I can't do tanning beds cuz of the Lupus and cuz I'm a very light redhead. starry love


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PostSubject: Re: Light therapy may help women with BP   13th February 2009, 20:28



For you Michele thumbs up
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PostSubject: Re: Light therapy may help women with BP   16th February 2009, 22:45

Cute thumbs up
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