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Publish Date: 14-01-2019 04:44:56 | Contact name: Halina Tolsay | Location: GUATEMALA | 1 times displayed |

In Science, July 30, 1973, Dr. Irving Geller, Chairman of the Department, refers to this as 'darkness-induced drinking phenomenon.' He relates it to the work reported in 1963 by Nobel Prize winner Dr. Julius Axelrod, who found that the rat pineal gland produced more melatonin during the dark nighttime period than when it was light.Dr. Geller then gave injections of pineal melatonin to rats kept on a regular light-dark cycle and not subjected to any anxiety. The injections alone turned these rats into alcoholics. Dr. Geller stated that "it is only through such animal studies that one can hope to attain a clearer understanding and perhaps an ultimate treatment or cure, or both, for alcoholism in humans."There also appears to be a small percentage of the drinking population who tend to drink more in the lesser light seasons of the Autumn and Winter. This is something to consider for people who find themselves feeling tired and depressed during these months. I know that I felt tired during the winter months in the prairies as I was often inside for most of the days and seeing less than an hour of sunlight a day.

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