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CVS Health Daylight Lamp, 10,000 LUX, 7.9 IN x 4.7 IN
CVS Health Daylight Lamp, 10,000 LUX, 7.9 IN x 4.7 IN
CVS Health
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GE UltraBrite - Luz LED nocturna activada por movimiento
GE UltraBrite - Luz LED nocturna activada por movimiento
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Beurer Daylight Sun Lamp
Beurer Daylight Sun Lamp
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Beurer North America Daylight Lamp with Natural Sunlight Simulation, 10,000 LUX
Beurer North America Daylight Lamp with Natural Sunlight Simulation, 10,000 LUX
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Terapia con luz

Light therapy is a form of treatment that may help to ease the symptoms associated with seasonal affective disorder (AKA the winter blues), jet lag, shift work, or sitting in a dark environment during normal daylight hours. This form of therapy uses artificial light to mimic natural sunlight and may help your body produce positive hormones to improve your stress levels and your mood. While light therapy is not a cure-all for seasonal depression or your circadian rhythm, it can help. Light therapy may also help with sleep disorders and can give you a more positive outlook on life when used regularly and as directed.

At Home Light Therapy

You can use light therapy at home with a light box, and it's a generally safe treatment. Most side effects are extremely mild and don't last long, but may include headaches, eyestrain, nausea, hyperactivity, agitation, or irritability. Most of these side effects should go away after a few days of using at home light therapy. You can also make it easier by reducing the amount of time you're exposed to the light or moving further away from your light therapy lamp. Taking breaks during your session or changing the time of day you use the light therapy device can also help. Remember, it will take some time for your mind and body to get used to at home light therapy, so patience is key. It is always a good idea to talk to your doctor before engaging in at home light therapy, particularly if you've been diagnosed with a skin condition or if you currently take medication that increases your sensitivity to sunlight. This can include some types of antibiotics, St. John's Wort, and some anti-inflammatories.

Light Therapy Lamp

You can purchase a light therapy lamp or light box online and at some drugstores, like CVS Pharmacy. These lights are usually designed to filter out UV light, but check the manufacturer's specifications just to be sure. Most light therapy lamps allow you to adjust the brightness level to suit your needs. You can also set a timer so that your light therapy session starts and ends when you need it to. Some light therapy lamps are cordless while others need to be plugged into an electrical outlet. They also come in different sizes, so you can bring it with you when traveling if you choose the compact version. Shop carefully to find the light therapy lamp that will suit your needs the best.

What Is Light Therapy?

Light therapy is when you expose yourself to specific types of artificial light that are designed to mimic sunlight. This allows your body to produce important hormones that can positively help to improve your mood, reduce stress, cut back on anxiety, and much more. During the summer, most people are able to be exposed to sunlight enough for their body to get the natural vitamin D and produce the other hormones that they need. In winter months, however, that can be much more of a challenge, especially since many people work inside during the day. Light therapy lamps can help you to get the exposure to light that your body needs.

What To Look For In Red Light Therapy Lamp

One of the most popular types of light therapy is known as red light therapy. This is because it uses lights that are tinted red in order to provide you with the benefits you are looking for. While sunlight does not appear red, this tinting can help to stimulate the skin more effectively so that your body will produce the desired hormones.

There are many different options available for red light therapy. Some products will come in the form of a face mask that you put on. The mask has a series of red LED bulbs on the inside so that they are directed right at your skin. Other options will work like a lamp and emit red light in all directions so that you can be exposed if you are anywhere in the area. You will typically want to look for lamps that can produce light in the 600-700 nm range, which will be visibly red.

How Do Light Therapy Lamps Work?

Light therapy lamps work by producing light that is of a wavelength that is meant to mimic natural sunlight. While no lamps can be identical to the sun for the type of light that is emitted, they are close enough that your body is able to react as if you were in the sunlight. Your body then produces important hormones that are known for regulating mood, sleep routines, and much more. Most people only need to be exposed to a light therapy lamp for a relatively short period of time each day to get good results. Read the instructions on the specific lamp you choose for instructions on how long to be in front of the lamp since different models come in different strengths.