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Chronotherapeutics (light and wake therapy) in affective disorders

Abstract

The Committee on Chronotherapeutics was recently formed by the International Society for Affective Disorders (ISAD), which has asked us to provide a consensus review of chronotherapeutics (light and wake therapy) in affective disorders. We consider these non-pharmaceutical, biologically based therapies to be potentially powerful adjuvants ready for clinical application. We also stress the need for additional studies, both in-patient and out-patient, to broaden the evidence base for indications and efficacy.

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Centre for Chronobiology, University Psychiatric Hospitals, Wilhelm Klein Strasse 27, CH-4025 Basel, Switzerland. (Email: anna.wirz-justice@unibas.ch)
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Psychological Medicine
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