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Quick GuidesAug 17, 2021

How Can Light Therapy Help You at Work?

Light therapy can have a huge impact on our mood, energy levels and overall wellbeing! Whether you’re working from home or in the office, bright light therapy can play a huge role in your working day, helping to improve concentration and increase alertness.

Quick GuidesAug 14, 2021

Light Therapy Lamps for Better Sleep - How Do They Work?

There’s nothing better than waking from a good night’s sleep, feeling refreshed and ready to take on the day! Yet with busy work schedules, late nights, and disrupted sleep cycles, it can be difficult getting the recommended 7 to 9 hours every night. An out-of-sync body clock is usually to blame if you’re struggling with sleep as it affects our circadian rhythms; one of the two biological systems in our brain determining the quality, timing, and length of sleep.

Quick GuidesAug 12, 2021

How to Beat Jet Lag with Light Therapy

There’s nothing like flying across the world to really knock our daily rhythms out of sync! When arriving in a new time zone, it takes time for the body to adapt and synchronise to the new local time – this is known as jet lag.

Quick GuidesAug 10, 2021

How to Spot a Genuine Light Therapy Device

Ensure that you are buying an authentic and effective product. Look for the following indications for all light therapy devices, including SAD lights, wake-up alarms and skincare products:

Quick GuidesAug 8, 2021

How Can Light Therapy Help Alzheimer's Disease?

Quick GuidesAug 6, 2021

How to Use Lumie Clear

Quick GuidesAug 4, 2021

Light Therapy for SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) and Winter Blues

A great majority of people living in the northern hemisphere are affected by the change of seasons and weather this time of year. These effects can disrupt their lives in several ways; they may experience changes in energy levels, sleep, eating patterns, mood as well as general feeling of well-being. The severity of symptoms may vary, putting those affected somewhere on the spectrum of SAD or subsyndromal SAD, often referred to as ‘winter blues’.

Quick GuidesAug 4, 2021

What Causes Acne and How to Treat It?

Acne is a common skin condition that affects most people at some time in their lives. It often (but not always) occurs during the teenage years, although increasingly it is affecting older people too - more commonly known as adult acne.

Quick GuidesAug 1, 2021

What is SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)?

For many people, the dark mornings and short days of autumn and winter trigger Seasonal Affective Disorder, or more commonly known as SAD. You may find you stop feeling like your normal self during the winter months and become affected by the dark mornings and shorter days – this is often referred to as ‘winter blues’ or ‘winter depression’.

Research PapersJul 30, 2021

Sleep Research Papers

NewsMar 6, 2021

Spring Forwards on Clock Change Day

This year's clock change falls on Sunday, 28th March. Our country's "roadmap out of lockdown" has us all hoping that, unlike last year, we'll soon get to properly enjoy the extended daylight hours and evenings spent outside with our nearest and dearest.

NewsJan 1, 2021

"Light is Critical for Your Health and Wellbeing" - Sleep Researcher Reveals Top Tips on How to Thrive This January

InterviewSep 7, 2020

Finding Your Balance This Season by Sara Jackson from SJ Health

After the year we’ve had so far, you’d be forgiven for losing your connection to a sense of balance and the ability to tune into your body to find your sense of calm and feel grounded. Living with Covid in big cities as so many of us do in the UK, has often felt like walking an uncertain tightrope, and of course the pandemic itself has affected us all in very different ways.