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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: Certified as...


Light therapy and Alzheimer's disease

Alzheimer's disease is the most common type of dementia, accounting for around half of all cases, and affects about 450,000 people in the UK. The disease affects the structure of...


Beat jet lag with light therapy

Jet lag refers to the group of symptoms that we experience after rapid travel across time zones. Jet lag occurs because the body clock, driving our daily rhythms in our...


Light therapy at work

Absence soars during winter months, placing a huge financial burden and logistical strain on productivity. Minor illnesses such as coughs and colds are the most common reason given for absence (30%)...


Light therapy for better sleep

Sleep is a reversible state during which you're not aware of anything and you don't respond to your environment. We tend to sleep about 6-9 hours a night during which...