What is the best SAD light therapy?
After putting in 33 hours of research—including reading two books and five comprehensive studies on the subject and interviewing one of the scientists who discovered seasonal affective disorder (SAD)—we concluded that the Carex Day-Light Classic Plus is the best light therapy lamp to treat SAD symptoms.
Are SAD lights worth it?
There’s mixed evidence regarding the overall effectiveness of light therapy, but some studies have concluded it’s effective, particularly if used first thing in the morning. It’s thought that light therapy is best for producing short-term results.
Is Moodozi real?
Moodozi is completely safe, even on your eyes and for your skin. It doesn’t have any negative side effects and works like natural sunlight. It doesn’t emit any harmful radiation.
Does HappyLight give you vitamin D?
Happy lights don’t provide vitamin D as natural sunlight does because it has a very narrow grouping of UVB lights. If you suspect you have a vitamin D deficiency due to limited sun exposure, Dr. Fernandez advises talking to your doctor about possibly taking a supplement.
Is blue or white light better for SAD?
There is no indication that blue light is better than white light for SAD, and there is no information on long term safety of blue light (unlike white light devices).
Are light therapy lamps legit?
Results. Light therapy probably won’t cure seasonal affective disorder, nonseasonal depression or other conditions. But it may ease symptoms, increase your energy levels, and help you feel better about yourself and life. Light therapy can start to improve symptoms within just a few days.
Do Moodozi lights work?
The lamp works by correcting the circadian rhythm, letting you sleep better and wake up more refreshed. By using the latest technology and research, Moodozi provides a natural remedy to your seasonal depression, free from any side effects or complications that might harm the body in the long term.