Bright Minds Therapy Lamp

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Brain MD - Bright Minds Therapy Lamp - Promotes focus, mood, energy, and sleep quality

Life depends on light and it directly affects how the brain and body function. Light therapy is one of the powerful ways to improve your mood, sleep quality, and more. A lack of sunlight during the winter months can adversely affect mood, particularly in the dark months. The BRIGHT MINDS Therapy Lamp provides a suitable substitute for natural sunlight. This is designed to stimulate your brain's natural healing process, using light to activate the body's immune system, simulate the effects of exercise, and relieve headaches. With this lamp, you can improve your sleep quality while reducing stress and anxiety. You can use this at home or in the office. Research shows that light therapy lamps are also effective in promoting better sleep and focus as well as alleviating winter blues or seasonal affective disorder (SAD).

Brain MD BRIGHT MINDS Therapy Lamp was created based on Amen’s clinical experience and extensive research in the field of brain health and function, using the BRIGHT MINDS Program. It signifies a commitment to improving your brain's quality of life by using therapy lamps that are consistent with the latest, most cutting-edge scientific information available today.

A full spectrum LED therapy lamp made by BRIGHT MINDS is lightweight, compact, and ultrasafe. It offers up to 10,000 LUX brightness and includes 2 light modes: Blue and White. BRIGHT MINDS Therapy Lamp is a small, portable device with many features and potential health benefits.

An indoor light box offers many benefits, including:

  • Improves energy

  • Promotes focus

  • Improves mood and sleep quality

  • During the darker months, it serves as an alternative light source 

Precautions/ Warnings:

You should consult your doctor before using this medication if you have diseases affecting the retina, such as diabetes, or if you are taking medications that may cause photosensitivity, such as lithium, melatonin, and phenothiazine antipsychotics.