We have finally learned that light is a nutrient much like food, and like food, the wrong kind can make us ill and the right kind can help keep us well.

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  • Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementia

    Persons with ADRD exhibit random patterns of rest and activity rather than the consolidated sleep/wake cycle found in healthy, older adults. This lack of sleep consolidation is one of the main reasons why they are institutionalized. Light therapy has been shown to improve rest/activity rhythms and sleep efficiency.
  • Bipolar Depression

Patients with bipolar disorder have recurrent major depression, residual mood symptoms, and limited treatment      options.  A Northwestern University study provides robust evidence that supports the efficacy of midday bright light therapy for bipolar depression.
    Daily sessions of bright light exposure improve sleep quality in fatigued cancer survivors.
  • Cognitive Function:

    Factors such as aging and disease may affect cognitive function over time, resulting in issues like memory loss and trouble thinking of the right words while speaking or writing.
  • Computer Vision Syndrome:

    Studies suggest that a high percent of computer users, whether for work or play, have multiple symptoms of CVS beyond vision and burning, itching, red eyes.
  • Depression / SAD:

    Depression can happen at any age, but often begins in adulthood. Depression (major depressive disorder or clinical depression) is a common but serious mood disorder. It causes severe symptoms that affect how you feel, think, and handle daily activities, such as sleeping, eating, or working.
  • Electrosmog / Brain Fog:

    Invisible radiation from electrosmog can cause brain fog & electrosensitivity (ES) that inhibits vital oxygen supply.
  • Libido:

    Study shows that light therapy can increase a man’s testosterone levels and, in turn, his sexual satisfaction, according to new research.
  • Light Hygiene:

    Hygiene refers to conditions and practices that help to maintain health and prevent the spread of diseases, according to the World Health Organization.