Relief Methods and Artificial Lighting Intervention for College Students' Depression in Areas Lacking Light and Climate

  • Yan Huang, Yongfeng Zhang


In recent years, with the increase of college students' suicides, their mental health has become the focus of social attention. According to research, depression is the main reason for college students' suicide. Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses among college students. It is the main cause of suicide among college students, and it seriously affects college students’ mood, thinking, interpersonal communication and self-esteem. Especially in areas lacking light and climate, the frequency of depression among college students isa even higher. This article mainly studies the methods of relieving depression of college students in areas lacking light and climate and the intervention of artificial lighting. This article mainly uses questionnaire surveys and establishing models to investigate 500 students in areas lacking light and climate. The data collected in the survey were analyzed using the Beck Depression Scale and SDS Self-rating Depression Scale. T test, analysis of variance, correlation analysis and regression analysis were performed on the results of the questionnaire. The experimental results in this article show that the detection rate of depression is 26.4%. The independent t-sample test shows that the overall depression scores are significantly different in gender and class, but the most important thing is the influence of light and climate change. The incidence of depression in climate-deficient areas is 20.54% higher.