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SAD Lamp for Seasonal Affective Disorder

If you struggle with seasonal depression or anxiety, formally known as seasonal affective disorder, using a SAD light can help you combat the dark and dreary days of winter that have your mood and energy low. This SAD lamp comes with two intensity modes and three timer settings to emulate natural daylight. 

Product Features & Specification

  • Compact in size
  • Easy-to-use with a sleek, space-saving design
  • Touch control
  • Filters out most of the harmful UV light associated with overexposure to sunlight
  • 2 intensity modes: 100% intensity = 10,000 Lux and 50% intensity = 5,000 Lux
  • 3 timer settings: 10 / 20 / 30 minutes
  • Size: 24 cm x 14 cm x 1.8 cm (9.45" x 5.59" x 0.71")
  • Power: 5-10 W
  • Light: LED
  • USB cable and USB power adapter included
  • USB cable: 1.5M 2.5A
  • Adapter (cUL certification): E467127
  • Input: 100 - 240V / Output: 5V 2.5A
  • Material: PC + ABS


How to Use a SAD Light

The key to benefiting from a SAD light is to use it the same way every day, preferably at the same time (in the morning) and for the same duration (10-20 minutes). It's recommended to place it in an area where you sit frequently, so you can just flick on the switch and soak it in. For example, you can place it where you do your makeup every morning or where you sit to watch the weather before heading to work. 

Benefits of a SAD Lamp

The light produced by a SAD lamp simulates the sunlight that's missing during the colder, darker winter months to help improve seasonal affective disorder by encouraging the brain to reduce the production of melatonin (a hormone that makes you sleepy) and increase the production of serotonin (a hormone that affects your mood).

  • Studies show that light therapy can decrease symptoms of anxiety and depression
  • Light therapy has also shown to help veterans struggling with major depressive disorder

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*This product does not make any medical claims. Please consult a qualified physician before using any bright light system. Resources are for referencing. Results are not guaranteed