The Effects of Melatonin and Bright Light Therapy in Seasonal Affective Disorder a Placebo Controlled Study

  • PMJ HAFFMANS, WA DIJKEN SAP LUCIUS
  • Published 2005
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a subsyndromal diagnosis in bipolar disorder or recurrent major depressive disorder, characterized by the recurrence of depressive episodes, which in most cases start in fall or winter and remit in the following spring or summer [American Psychiatric Association, 1994]. Moreover, most patients suffer from atypical… CONTINUE READING