Eastern Equine Encephalitis and
Lyme Disease

Enjoy nature, light and air and avoid mosquitoes, ticks and other insects.
Adding a sunroom can become a restful area for you or a play area for the whole family.
Sunrooms Providing More Natural Light

Seasonal Affective Disorder & Light Therapy

Like many people, you may develop cabin fever during the winter months. Or you may find yourself eating more or sleeping more when the temperature drops and darkness falls earlier. While those are common and normal reactions to the changing seasons, people with seasonal affective disorder (SAD) experience a much more serious reaction when summer shifts to fall and on to winter.
Light therapy mimics outdoor light and causes a biochemical change in your brain that lifts your mood, relieving symptoms of seasonal affective disorder.

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