Light therapy lamps are specifically designed to reproduce the effects of natural sunlight. Emitting a bright light of up to 10,000 lux, these devices are commonly used to treat Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), and can help to enhance mood, energy, sleep and focus.
During the fall and winter months we experience more darkness as the days get shorter and the temperature drops. Many people experience seasonal mood changes with the shift in weather and loss of daylight. Light therapy lamps counter these effects by mimicking spring and summer light levels, without UV rays.
Each Light Therapy Lamp comes with a:
Set of instructions
To use a Light Therapy Lamp, plug it in and position it six to 24 inches away from you. Angle the lamp so that it shines on your face, but not directly into your eyes.
Light Therapy Lamps are part of our Curiosity Collection. To borrow one all you need is your library card. You can borrow a Light Therapy Lamp for 28 days.