Low-Intensity Lo-LIGHT Lamp is
The Best Light Therapy Lamp
Confirmed by Leading Researchers
Lo-LIGHT lamps were determined to be the "best phototherapeutic device" in studies by the U.S. Air Force and Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC). The senior author of the study is a leading authority and pioneer in light therapy research and principal investigator of the first published studies on the spectral sensitivity of human circadian rhythms. See Ref
Independent studies found Sunnex Biotechnologies' Lo-LIGHT therapy lamps are highly effective and comfortable to use. Lo-LIGHT lamps do not emit blue light and therefore do not pose a hazard to the user's vison like high intensity "bright light" or "blue light" therapy lamps.
Harvard's Department of Sleep Medicine has recognized that Lo-LIGHT lamps are the optimal light source for regulating human circadian rhythms. MORE on National Space Biomedical Research Institute project for NASA and the European Space Agency
Low-intensity Lo-LIGHT therapy lamps have been highly effective in clinical studies on the treatment of non-seasonal major depression and bipolar depression, as well as for SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). MORE
Research groups have demonstrated that 300 lux of
GreenLIGHT from a Lo-LIGHT lamp has the same effect
as 10,000 lux of white light from a bright light therapy lamp. Unlike 'bright light' or 'blue light' therapy lamps,
low-intensity Lo-LIGHT lamps cannot harm the retina or contribute
to the development of AMD.
Bright white light or blue light vs GreenLIGHT for light therapy
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