As you know the fall and winter months’ daylight is short and there is an increase of seasonal affective disorder (SAD), Circadian Optics is the maker of bright light therapy lamps to mimic daylight. These designer lamps allow parents and children alike to get the light needed at home or at a desk. Science tells us to get enough sleep, take vitamins, drink water, and exercise. However, we need sunlight. Getting light at the right time improves mood, boosts energy and regulates sleep. I was sent the Luxy Edition it weighs 0.35 pounds, each box includes 1- Luxy lamp, 1-micro USB cable, 1-adapter, and 1-user guide.
This is ultra-compact and portable, easy to use with quick one-touch operation makes it simple to use. No complicated settings to mess around with. 3 levels allow you to customize the brightness for the best efficacy and comfort.
Provides the recommended 10,000 LUX brightness for effective light therapy to help beat the winter blues, regulate sleep, fight fatigue, boost mood, and improve focus. Our lamps produce high-quality light with the right qualities - Pure-white color of the noonday sun (5500K), full-spectrum, and free of unwanted UV rays.
LEDs last approximately 50,000 hours, many times longer than fluorescent bulbs, meaning no replacing expensive bulbs ever again. Both lamp and adapter are covered by Circadian Optic's comprehensive 2-year warranty.
My Opinion: This is perfect for your desk at home or at work as it takes up little space. But it is very bright but can be adjusted to not blinding you. This will make a great gift for someone who suffers from SAD. The button on the bottom is ultra-sensitive to your touch as well. I also, in which the box it comes in was a little bigger as it fits snug and hard to get out.
See more at https://www.circadianoptics.com
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