30–60 min recommended treatment time.Sunlight is a natural mood-booster, influencing body chemistry (melatonin and serotonin levels). If you're indoors, light therapy is proven to put you in a better mood, boost energy and help you to feel more alert. It can also be an effective treatment for SAD (seasonal affective disorder). Research shows bright light of 2,500 lux improves well-being. Outside on a sunny day, you can take advantage of 100,000 lux but in winter there may be only a few hours of very weak light and indoors the brightest office provides only about 500 lux.
NEW!Halo£219.0010,000 lux at 20 cm, cool and warm-white LEDs, adjustable brightness, warm backlight. Voted the best-looking SAD lamp by The Independent.
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Our SAD lamps light up the study environment at Cambridge University Library
SAD light for home and officeDesklamp£144.0010,000 lux at 22 cm, 2 500 lux at 50 cm, removable diffuser, adjustable neck, 4 tap-control light levels.
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