The same logic applies here since artificial lighting can have a similar impact on serotonin production as sunlight as long as it is suitably potent. Various electronic devices are available that mimic summer-level lighting. People can get medically approved light boxes, dawn stimulators or special light bulbs; these may help to optimize exposure to light, thereby upping serotonin levels in the body.
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