Does anyone have experience with a SAD (seasonal affective disorder) lights? I heard they need to be 10,000 lux. I also see there are 3 types, full spectrum, blue, and led lights.
Has anyone in the group gotten one? What brand, cost, and was it effective. Where did you buy it, online or locally? Has anyone had visual problems with any of the choices? Did anyone get there light paid by Medicare or Medicaid?
I would appreciate any info you might be able to provide. Please send to
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Subject: [central ohio sleep disorders] really good RADIOLAB program on dreams
RADIOLAB program on Dreams: Friday, May 25, 2007 on wnyc.org
Astrologers and psychics, move over, labcoat scientists are getting in on the study of dreams. First up, Harvard Professor Robert Stickgold tells us about how he found a foothold into studying dreams, and published the first paper on the scientific study of dreams in 40 years with a little help from Tetris. Then, MIT Prof Matt Wilson peers into sleeping rat brains. He’s learned to read the synaptic brain chatter in the rat brains, and—though he won’t quite say it himself—it seems pretty clear that he’s seeing their dreams.
listen here: http://www.wnyc.org/shows/radiolab/episodes/2007/05/25/segments/71871
laura j evert
olde north neighborhood of columbus, ohio usa
tel: 614.784.8823 (leave message) / cell: 330.285.5656 (no voice mail)
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o OHIO NARCOLEPSY GROUP: http://www.dailystrength.org/groups/ohio-narcolepsy-group
o CENTRAL OHIO SLEEP DISORDERS SUPPORT GROUP: groups.yahoo.com/group/centralohiosleepdisorders - 2010 meeting dates 01/17, 04/18, 07/18, 08/15 (picnic), 10/17
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