lack of daylight
A Lack of daylight in winter months can have a detrimental affect on some and the remidy is cheap and simple.
If you suffer from depression in the winter months
or feel a bit low - here is the remidy.
Light plays an important role in the normal function of the brain and too little light in the winter can cause severe depression, physical ailments, brain function slows down and body energies decline - you feel lazy and lathargic and disinterested in everyday tasks... you can't be bothered and above all else, your body will begin to close down and seem to be on a 'go slow' as your mind can struggle to keep up with every day tasks.
And all because of a lack of light.
Different types of light have different affects on the consciousness and just as different musics evoke different moods, so too does lighting - and not just to create a warm and cosy room with dim lights and that cosy feeling - but also within your consciousness - as colour and light affect us in many different ways besides making us feel safe and warm.
Oh and to any American reading this - the correct way to spell COLOR - is with a U in the middle - as in COLOUR - so please spare your e mails about spelling mistakes, some are genuine mistakes and some are not.