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New Study Suggests Possible Treatment of Bipolar Disorder Using Bright Light Therapy

A study released in October, 2017 conducted by the researchers at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University recently tested the effects of light therapy on patients with moderate bipolar disorder. Half of the patients were exposed to bright light therapy while the…

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Nobel Prize Winners for Circadian Rhythm Research

Circadian Rhythm Researchers Win 2017 Nobel Prize

The 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to three leading scientists, Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young. The scientists isolated a gene in fruit flies that is responsible for a protein that accumulates…

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Time Magazine Covers Seasonal Affective Disorder

Time Magazine Sheds Light on Seasonal Affective Disorder

Time Magazine recently recently published an article explaining the healing benefits of natural sunlight. Like many people, especially during the winter months, it’s impossible to get the right amount of sunlight to maintain high energy levels. This can be especially…

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Feel Bright Light Jazz - On

Introducing the all-new New Feel Bright Light Jazz

The Feel Bright Light Jazz is the latest innovation from Physician Engineered Products. One of the world’s smallest light therapy devices, weighing only 2 ounces. The Jazz conveniently attaches underneath any hat with a visor and features aiming dials for…

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Feel Bright Light featured on Shake Rattle Showtime with Jim Parsons

The Feel Bright Light was recently featured on Shake Rattle Showtime radio with Jim Parsons. Listen to the Jim discuss the features and benefits of Light Therapy for treating Seasonal Affective Disorder:  

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The Effects of Using a Bright Light Visor on Post-partum Women

Primary Investigators: Shih-Yu Lee, RNC, PhD, Georgia State University Hypotheses: Sleep, fatigue, energy, depression and perceived stress in post-partum women can be improved by bright light treatment with the Feel Bright Light. Method: 10 post-partum women (7 test and 3…

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The Effects of Timed Blue-Green Light on Sleep-Wake Patterns in Females with Alzheimer’s Disease

Primary Investigators: LuAnn Nowak, PhDc Jean E. Davis, PhD Purpose: Compare the effects of timed blue-green light given in the morning or evening on sleep efficiency (SE), sleep fragmentation (SF), and excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) in female nursing home patients…

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The Effects of Timed Exposure to Light Therapy: A Fatigue Countermeasure

Primary Investigators: Kristena M. Kons & Lauren Fowler, Ph.D. Weber State University, National Science Foundation Hypothesis: The use of light therapy will adjust the circulating melatonin levels affecting participants’ circadian rhythms so as to phase advance on the morning/day shifts…

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Feel Bright Light for Seasonal Affective Disorder Trial Graph

Seasonal Affective Disorder Trial Using the Feel Bright Light

Primary Investigator: Ivette Emery, Ph.D. Hypothesis: Bright light treatment of subjects with seasonal affective disorder (SAD) with the Feel Bright Light will significantly improve SAD symptoms with minimal adverse effects. Study Design: A forward and reverse cross-over design was used….

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About Seasonal Affective Disorder

About Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that afflicts people primarily during the winter months, and is often referred to as seasonal depression or the winter blues. SAD was discovered in the early eighties by the National Institute…

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