Independent Peer-Reviewed Study Confirms

Lo-LIGHT is the Best Light Therapy Lamp

"The Best Light Therapy Lamp"

Lo- LIGHT therapy lamp Clinical studies by leading researchers of light therapy have found that Sunnex Biotechnologies Lo-LIGHT therapy lamp is the best and most effective light therapy lamp for regulating human physiology. The Lo-LIGHT therapy lamp, using the safe low intensity GreenLIGHT technology, is as effective as bright light therapy lamps even though it provides only a small fraction of the light intensity as other light therapy lamps. This unique low intensity light technology developed and patented by Sunnex Biotechnologies does not advance the onset of macular degeneration or damage the retina as do the bright light or blue light therapy lamps commonly used to alleviate Seasonal Affective Disorder or treat sleep disorders. Read More about studies validating the Lo-LIGHT as the best light therapy lamp

Harvard University uses Lo-LIGHT Lamps

Researchers at Harvard University's Sleep Medicine Division have determined that the green wavelengths provided by Lo-LIGHT lamps are the most effective visible light wavelengths for regulating the human circadian system. Harvard selected Lo-LIGHT lamps from Sunnex Biotechnologies for NASA studies aimed at improving the alertness and performance of night shift workers on earth, as well as for regulating the circadian rhythms of astronauts on extended missions. Read more about the use of Lo-LIGHT lamps by Harvard University in studies for NASA and the NSBRI (National Space Biomedical Research Institute).

Light Therapy Lamp for night shift adaptation in the Marine Industry
Light Therapy Lamp for improving alertness and performance while reducing fatigue on the night shift


Lo-Light Therapy lamp for SAD - Seasonal Affective Disorder or Winter Depression
Light Therapy and Winter Weight Gain
Light Therapy lamps and Bright Light and Blue Light Damage
Scientific Basis of Lo-Light Therapy Technology
Light Therapy and Mood
Light Therapy and The Body Clock
Light Therapy and Aging / Sleep Disorders
History of Light Therapy
How To Use Lo-LIGHT Therapy
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