Christmas may be on the way, but the gloomy, dark and not-so welcome mornings have already arrived! Give the gift of a life made bright this holiday season with Lumie.Quick Quides•Nov 1, 2022
Feeling a little low after the clock change? With the days getting darker and shorter, it's not unusual to feel sluggish and lacking in motivation. That's why we've created the Feel Good Check-in List, a to-do list made up of small activities for your well-being to tick off throughout the month of November. The prompts will hopefully serve as a reminder to prioritise the season’s mood-boosting moments.Quick Guides•Oct 5, 2022
Have you noticed a clear seasonal pattern in how you feel? Does your mental health plummet with the start of autumn and winter? You may be suffering from a seasonal mood disorder. While you should expect the ‘black cloud’ to lift in the warmer and brighter months, it is important to recognise the symptoms of seasonal depression and opt for suitable therapeutic solutions as early as possible to treat or even prevent SAD and winter blues. Quick Guides•Aug 14, 2021
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 Guides•Aug 4, 2021
Research shows how light therapy - particularly bright light - can be used to phase advance (shift earlier) or phase delay (postpone) the time of sleep and waking. This makes it useful for all sorts of sleep disorders such as those explored below.