Lumie Brightspark Reviews
Product Type: Lumie in Health Therapies / Treatments
Description:Manufacturer: Lumie / Type: Light Therepy / Lamp to help with Seasonal Affective Disorder
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Last Update 08.12.2013 22:53
Customer Lumie Brightspark Reviews (2)
by - written on 27/01/12 (Useful, 102 readings)
I think I've probably suffered from SAD for a few years now. This winter I decided enough was enough. No more dreading the cold winter mornings and not being able to get out of bed and just generally feel down in Winter. I searched on the internet for what would be the best Lumie light for me. I decided on this one as it was the tallest and I thought it would give out the most light, therefore give the biggest benefit. I bought my lamp from Boots for £139. This was an expensive purchase but one that I feel the benefits well outweigh the price. The idea is to sit in front of the lamp for 60-90 minutes a day (or whenever you feel you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/10 (Very useful, 274 readings)
Anyone that suffers Seasonal Effective Disorder (SAD) tend to experience symptoms around September until April due to the lack of sunlight. Symptoms can consist of, sleeping problems, over-eating, low mood, lethargy and physical problems. Lumie have over 17 years of scientific expertise in the area of health and well-being and the Brightspark is one of the products they have designed to help fight the symptoms of SAD. The Brightspark gives out 10,000 lux of light when sitting 20cm from it. It is very bright, far brighter then a standard bulb, which is meant to replace the sunlight you miss out on in the shorter winter days. This product uses two 24w ... Read the complete review
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