The Lo-LIGHT Therapy Lamp

Safe and Effective Light Therapy

Studies confirm that Lo-LIGHT lamps with low-intensity GreenLIGHT technology are as effective as bright white light therapy lamps for Mood Disorders such as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), and for regulating circadian rhythms and sleep.

Best Light Therapy Lamp

Confirmed by Independent Research

The unique low-intensity GreenLIGHT technology developed and patented by Sunnex Biotechnologies does not emit blue light wavelengths that damage the retina and contribute to the development of macular degeneration. This is a concern with bright light and blue light therapy lamps which emit hazardous blue light. Lo-LIGHT lamps are as effective as bright light lamps while providing less than 5% of the light intensity.

Studies Confirming the Lo-LIGHT as the "Best" Light Therapy Lamp

Harvard University uses Lo-LIGHT lamps in NSBRI/ESA project.

(NSBRI) National Space Biomedical Research Institute, (ESA) European Space Agency

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 Available in Europe

GreenLIGHT and Depression

For over 20 years Lo-LIGHT therapy lamps have been used to combat Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD or Winter Depression).
Clinical Studies using Lo-LIGHT Therapy for Seasonal and Non-Seasonal Depression

It's Worth It To Protect Your Vision

Experts continue to express caution regarding the risk of eye damage from exposure to blue wavelengths of light. The Lo-LIGHT therapy lamp is the only light therapy lamp used for sleep and mood disorders that can not damage the retina or advance the onset of Age-Related Macular Degeneration.
Bright or Blue light therapy and AMD.

Chronobiology, Night Shift Work and Sleep Disorders

Chronobiology is the science concerning the regulation of internal body clocks by timed exposure to appropriate light sources. It is applicable to the treatment of human mood disorders, sleep disorders like DSPS, and correcting disturbed sleep patterns and circadian rhythm disruption, as often occurs in shift workers and older people.

Lo-LIGHT lamps have demonstrated effectiveness in improving alertness and performance of night shift workers in studies in real world workplaces.

CEMS, a counter-fatigue program was developed by the U.S. Coast Guard using Lo-LIGHT lamps for night shift workers working on operational USCG cutters and commercial vessels.
Lo-LIGHT improves night shift alertness and performance

CEMS - the U.S. Coast Guard's Crew Endurance Management System



GreenLIGHT vs Blue Light

The studies confirming the effectiveness of the low-intensity GreenLIGHT technology stands in stark contrast to the several studies which found there is no benefit from using blue light wavelengths in a light therapy lamp.

A major study confirming the lack of superiority of blue light wavelengths in light therapy was published by Science. Several authors of this study were responsible for the earlier studies which led to the widespread misconception that blue light wavelengths are more effective than white light for light therapy.
The advantages of GreenLIGHT over blue light therapy