Also check out Mayo clinic.com SAD. They have a lot of info on SAD and it's treatment.
A light box could be greener, more effective and less expensive in the long run since it's inly one bulb.
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If it's not a law in your state yet I don't think you have to worry too much about it. On a side note do you have anyone else who could help you with this since your building management won't? Sometimes Friends and family will. Good luck with everything though
My seasonal affective disorder is mild, unmedicated; and, actually, totally untreated ... but in my diabetic condition (S.A.D. had taken a back burner during the January onward, winter of 2013 for the first & only time EVER in my adult life, due to its sudden diagnosis, then) I cannot gracefully transition (living by my self with unresponsive building management do not help) to a CFL existence ... and I have lamps up the wazoo in a tiny apartment, so many that the Building Superintendent took notice (the candles, too, btw...)
Having a mild S.A.D. condition means I've never handled these dangerous light bulbs of any kind ...
So, I'm not much of a conservation-minded American [and, for that matter, I've even been practicing yoga frequently (the entire spectrum of, which includes honoring the Eart ... not just the exercise part) for years] ... but I've stockpiled very, very few of the safer, traditional light bulbs ..
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