|Just a box booboo|
The mood therapy lamp arrives in an undamaged brown bubble bag. The lamp's box, I think somebody took the care to inspect it before shipping, and taped it back up. I refused to get upset about it or believe the lamp is damaged. I've had enough of things going wrong. I was determined the lamp will work!
It does. I haven't started daily lamp sessions yet because the light might help with the winter blues/depression, but it doesn't stop me from watching late night television or encourage me to rise with cheer up lamp enthusiasm.
I also put up Mikomer privacy window film to increase the daylight indoors. The installation is easy. It also wears well on the window year round with no problems.
|Mokomer window film|
Depression on all levels is not easy for me to manage. I've read how such things as exercise, light, aroma therapy (scented oil plugged in) in the winter can help. Finally, I'm giving them all a try, my sort of group therapy endeavor. I believe it will help prevent depression episodes where I lie on the sofa for days thinking this is what being in a casket must feel like. Gruesome and frightening to be in a place like that.
Another improvement is a gorgeous brushed aluminum pharmacy reading lamp. I can now read, paint, and do crafts any time of the day or night. However, I have yet to find a cure for insomnia. I expect being wide awake in the AM will decrease with more light and exercise during the daytime.
Have you tried a light lamp in the winter? Any tips to help with insomnia?
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