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Feel a little under the weather as the days get shorter? Beat those winter blues with the SAD Day Light, perfect for use at home or in the office. The SAD Day Light is designed to effectively replicate natural daylight, making use of clinically proven LED technology to alleviate the symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Some people with SAD find that light therapy can help improve their mood considerably as the light simulates the sunlight that's missing during the darker winter months. It's thought the light may improve SAD by encouraging your brain to reduce the production of melatonin (a hormone that makes you sleepy) and increase the production of serotonin (a hormone that affects your mood). The 45W bulb in the SAD Day Light offers the recommended UV-free design with a flicker free 10,000 lux output. This affordable, portable and compact light therapy device provides a great boost to your wellbeing and mood on those dark winter days.
The symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) are similar to those of normal depression, but they occur repetitively at a particular time of year. Some people just find the condition a bit irritating, while for others it can be severe and have a significant impact on their day-to-day life. Symptoms of SAD can include a persistent low mood, a loss of pleasure or interest in normal everyday activities, feeling irritable, feeling stressed or anxious, experiencing low self-esteem and becoming less sociable. You may also find it difficult to concentrate, be less active than normal, feel lethargic (lacking in energy) and sleepy during the day or sleep for longer than normal and find it hard to get up in the morning all of which may make everyday activities increasingly more difficult.
Most people can use light therapy safely. However, exposure to very bright light may not be suitable if you have an eye condition or eye damage that makes your eyes particularly sensitive to light or are taking medication that increases your sensitivity to light. Please see terms and conditions for further details or feel free to ask us a question in our Q&A tab!
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