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What Causes Migraine and How to Treat It?

A migraine is a disabling disease. The pain in the eye socket, temples and even on your neck can be annoying. For many people, migraine can be very disturbing. It can cause such an extremely painful headache. Not only that, you will also suffer from sensitivity to the sounds and light and even nausea. Most of the time, this condition can last for hours. But sometimes, migraine can last for one or two days! Some people can’t even sleep because of the pain itself. The worst part about it is that nothing can really treat it. That is why a lot of people are taking the painkiller. While painkiller literally “kill” the pain, it doesn’t really heal it.

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5 Light Therapy Devices That Make You Happier

One of the biggest questions related to light therapy is whether or not it is safe. Light therapy is said to rejuvenate the skin. Thus, the reason why some salons and dermatologists are offering light therapy devices now. Majority of people would love to have healthy, glowing skin. It’s not a surprise to know that people would spend their money at salons for this. People tend to wonder whether or not light therapy devices are safe enough for our health.

In today’s post, we will tackle on some topics related to mental health. If you suffer from stressful life or seasonal disorder, you might want to invest your time and money in light therapy devices. We will do some reviews of light therapy devices and make a comparison between 5 devices. These 5 light therapy devices that make you happier might be your next big and perfect investment.

Picture Device NameProduct DimensionsShipping weightBest Price
Verilux HappyLight Liberty Personal6.3 x 3 x 7.4 inches ; 1.5 pounds2.1 pounds
Verilux HappyLight Liberty 10,000 LUX Light Therapy Energy Lamp2.1 x 6.2 x 13 inches ; 2 pounds3.5 pounds
Verilux HappyLight Touch 10,000 Lux LED Bright White Light Therapy7.5 x 0.5 x 11 inches ; 1 pounds2.8 pounds
HappyLight Compact Energy Lamp4.8 x 2.8 x 9 inches ; 1.3 pounds1.6 pounds
Verilux HappyLight Liberty 7,500 LUX Light Therapy Energy Lamp3.5 x 6.5 x 12 inches ; 1.9 pounds3.3 pounds

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Light Therapy Device Benefits, Research & Mechanism of Action: Reviews of Light Therapy Devices

Sunlight does influence our health. We can suffer certain conditions from lack of exposure to the sunlight. How do you feel when you’re stuck in the house for three days with all the windows closed? Just the thought of not being able to feel the sunlight and its heat will make you feel stressed out.

The percentage of people suffering from temporary depression and lowered spirits is high. This is getting higher especially during fall and winter. You should consider getting a light therapy device if you suffer any of the conditions. In this article, we will talk about the light therapy device benefits, research, and mechanism of action. We will also do reviews of light therapy devices. By the end of this article, we hope you understand the benefits of having light therapy devices. We hope it will make your life better.

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Top Six Powerful Light Therapy Devices & How to Use for the Best Effects

Using light therapy devices is a method of treating seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and a number of other conditions. This is usually achieved by exposure to artificial light. Seasonal Affective Disorder is a kind of depression that happens at a particular time of every year and this is often in the winter or fall.

Usually, this would be as a result of sitting at home a lot to work or to do anything else.

In the process of light therapy, you usually have to work or sit near a device known as a light therapy box. This box lets off bright light that replicates  the natural light we have outdoor.

Light therapy is believed to have effects on the brain chemicals which are connected to mood and sleep. This will in turn, improve the symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder. Using a light therapy box could also help with a number of other types of depression, sleep disorders as well as other conditions. Light therapy is also called phototherapy or bright light therapy.

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