End of season press round-up!

After a wet summer and grey winter we're finally starting to see some spring sunshine and clear, bright sky which is good news for all SAD and winter blues sufferers. For Lumie, the return of sunnier days means another hectic winter season is coming to an end so it's time for the last press round-up for a while (here's the one from November).

Bodyclock Go launched last autumn and product reviewers were keen to try out the latest addition to the Bodyclock range: Beauty and the Dirt said it created a "soothing and stress-free environment in which to fall asleep and wake" and Keeping Healthy Getting Stylish would "definitely recommend" getting one for a gentler way to wake up and treat SAD.

Warren Pole of the The Telegraph used Bodyclock Go towards the end of a two-month stint of restricted sleep (the things journalists do for an article...) so he was perhaps understandably less emphatic; he did agree to feeling fresh when he woke up though!

In more 'Blue Monday' coverage Business Matters, the leading business monthly, recommended Desklamp to help combat SAD whilst working. Writers for Technology News and Gadgets and Gizmos also liked the versatility Desklamp offers, with comments like "I feel better and, as a result, more productive" and "my eyes where less strained, I could read my notes easier and the Lumie is a nice looking piece of kit too" from them respectively. What an all-rounder!

There was also more advice on treating SAD (Psychologies and Best both plumped for Arabica) and the traditional 'new year, new you' articles in January; Closer picked Bodyclock for its month-by-month guide to 'your healthiest new year ever' and Hello put Bodyclock Active on its list of '10 small changes' for 2013.

For a fresh angle, Women's Health and Boost, the Scottish Slimmers magazine, focused on the link between lack of light and weight gain, both recommending Lumie products to help keep carb-cravings under control. 

Sorry there aren't more links to the original coverage; we've included them where we can!

If you would like further information, access to scientific research, case studies or comments from academic experts, please do not hesitate to contact the Lumie press office on 01954 780 500 or email pr@lumie.com.
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