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NewsSep 26

Lumie Launches Halo in US

As a natural mood-booster, sunlight influences melatonin and serotonin levels, helping us to feel more awake. Sunlight exposure reduces during winter, and this can cause feelings of winter blues.

NewsMar 14

Borrow Your Best Night's Sleep at YOTEL with Lumie Bodyclock

Always wanted to harness the power of Lumie away from home? Well, now you can! In celebration of World Sleep Day on Friday, March 17, we are delighted to announce our global partnership with YOTEL; giving guests the opportunity to loan a wake-up light for free during stays around the world.

Quick GuidesMar 9

How To Adjust To Daylight Saving Time - Without Losing Any Sleep

Now that the days are getting longer, you might be wondering when is the start of Daylight Saving Time in the U.S? Well, there’s not long to wait, as clocks will move ahead by one hour on Sunday, March 12.

Wellness WednesdayJan 1

Setting Intentions with Rochelle Knowles

It can feel overwhelming as we begin a New Year! All the talk of resolutions and ‘new year, new me’ can be a daunting way to look at the 12 months ahead. So, we’ve teamed up with Rochelle Knowles of Mindful Eyes Coaching, to help you set your intentions in a much more manageable and achievable way.

Quick GuidesDec 22, 2022

How to Prioritise Rest This Christmas with Joe Welstead

Quick GuidesOct 31, 2022

Clock Change 101: When Do the Clocks Fall Back and How Does The Time Change Affect Your Wellbeing?

Quick GuidesOct 5, 2022

What are the Warning Signs of Seasonal Affective Disorder and What is the Best Treatment?

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.

Case StudySep 20, 2022

Improving Employee Happiness with Light: A Workplace Wellbeing Study

We all depend on light more than you may realise. There’s a reason we talk about a sunny disposition! Light is a natural stimulant that helps you feel positive, upbeat and full of life. It's also an important factor for your overall physical well-being as it keeps your circadian rhythm on track so that your daily rhythms (i.e. when we eat and sleep) are aligned. However, with nearly one-third of your waking time spent at work, chances are you aren’t making the most of the daylight hours as the seasons change and days become ever-shorter. To explore how Lumie lights can help mitigate this, we’ve invited over 70 employees from four organisations to join a ‘light therapy intervention’.

GiveawayAug 30, 2022

Want to Win a Better Sleep Bundle? It's Time To Enter Our Sleeptember Giveaway!

Sleeptember is officially here! Throughout the month of September, we shall be sharing our top tips to help you get your best night's sleep. Whether you struggle to fall asleep or you're longing to become a morning person, we've got you covered!

Quick GuidesJun 5, 2022

What is Circadian Rhythm?

ResearchMay 11, 2022

Light Therapy in the Workplace: Increase Productivity and Well-being of Your Employees

Poor employee mental health may not be a new workplace issue, but it is more pressing now than ever before. The rate of self-reported work-related stress, depression, or anxiety had shown signs of increasing prior to the coronavirus pandemic, scoring higher still in 2020/21. While all aspects of poor mental health hugely affect the suffering individuals and people close to them, it also can have a negative impact on organizations.

Quick GuidesApr 21, 2022

What is Sleep Anxiety and How Can You Treat It? Advice from Sleep Expert Stephanie Romiszewski

Quick GuidesApr 4, 2022

How to Reduce Stress Before Sleep: Expert Advice from The Joyful Coach

Do you often find yourself stressed and unable to get a good night’s sleep? You’re not alone! Research has shown that high levels of stress can reduce your time spent in REM sleep (the deepest sleep stage), as it triggers your ‘fight or flight’ response. This causes your heart rate to elevate, your breathing to quicken, and prompts a surge in cortisol (your stress hormone). Not the ideal environment for a peaceful night’s sleep! That’s why it’s so important to prioritize your evening routine, making the hours before sleep as stress-free as possible.