Innosol Aurora SAD Light Therapy Box Lamp
Treatment Time - 1 hour
With this cool SAD lamp making a style statement in your home, no-one would ever suspect that you are looking at a light therapy box! The ultimate in SAD light box designs, the new Aurora will add a touch of class to any room. The new design provides 360 degrees of light. Its graceful wavy lines give off an intense but relaxing light, for effective treatment in your home, and when you have finished your SAD light therapy treatment, it can be dimmed to act as mood lighting. This is really a departure from what we normally recognise as a SAD light box!
The graceful wavy contours of the cool opaque shade give an elegant feel whilst the contemporary chrome base adds a modern touch. The total effect of the Aurora is a relaxing and atmospheric light which is great to look at and provides treatment for Seasonal Affective Disorder at the same time. You will not want to switch this SAD light box off!
Using the same high power lights as the Diamond range, it is fitted with 2 x 36W lamps and many of our customers report that they can get a full treatment in as little as 60 mins.
The Aurora top of the range SAD Light Box from finland. UK plug and UK power.
This light box was featured in the Daily Mail as 'One of the Top 5 Cures for SAD'!
The Society for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms (SLTBR) recommends light therapy as the best non-drug therapy to treat seasonal depression.
Light levels determine the sleep / wake cycles of both animals and humans. The desire to sleep is brought on by the secretion of Melatonin, and the bright natural light or the light from a SAD lamp significantly reduces Melatonin, greatly improving our energy levels. Typical symptoms of SAD are depression, lethargy, anxiety, craving, social problems, sleep problems and loss of libido. These symptoms can be commonly resolved through the use of The Aurora SAD light box.
Light therapy has been proved effective in up to 85 per cent of diagnosed cases of Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD. For more information about Seasonal Affective Disorder and its Treatment please read our FAQ page.