Well folks, Autumn is officially here… and you know what that means, the days are getting shorter and colder. As the rain falls and the season sets in with all its fury, many people begin to slump into a feeling of listlessness, lacking motivation and energy. These feelings can be tell tale signs of Seasonal Affective Disorder, or the Winter Blues, which set in during the darker months, when there is simply not enough sunshine to fuel our bodies natural mood enhancers. Nearly 20% of the worlds population is affected with SAD, with woman suffering from it nearly 3 times greater than men.
The key to pulling yourself out of this debilitating slump is actually quite simple, requiring no medication, or even a heavy time commitment. Light therapy can drastically reduce the effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder, buy providing your body with the full spectrum light it needs to function happily and healthily. The HappyLight® 6000 from Verilux shines bright with 6000 lux of full spectrum light, chasing away the Winter Blues, while assisting in the regulation of your natural Circadian Rhythms. In as little as 2.5 hours a day, you are able to bask in the recommended dose of light, without leaving your home! Simply sit in front of the illuminated lamp at a slight angle and feel its bright warmth as you craft, read, knit, watch television, work at your computer… anything you would normally do. Light therapy really fits into your lifestyle and is not difficult to become accustomed to.
Designed to be visually pleasing, the HappyLight® 6000 subtly enhances the design of any room, while its minimal size doesn’t take up an excess of space. Equipped with three settings: high, low and off, the HappyLight® 6000 is easy to use, providing the right amount of light, when you need it. The Verilux HappyLight® 6000 boasts the 2010 ADEX (Awards for Design Excellence) platinum award, which is the largest and most prestigious awards program for the product design of furniture, fixtures and finishes.
Start your day with a full dose of warming sun, even when it seems to be absent in the sky.
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