Can you get too much HappyLight?

Can you get too much HappyLight?

It is possible to get too much light, which can produce discomfort including feeling “wired,” such as after consuming too much caffeine.

How many hours a day should you use a HappyLight?

How long do I use my HappyLight® and how? Light therapy typically has the best results if used anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours a day, specifically in the morning.

Can you use a HappyLight all day?

Whenever you decide to start using your HappyLight, make sure to use it daily. Studies show that when light therapy routines cease, the benefits do as well. We know that trying something new isn’t always easy. There is also a 30-day, risk-free guarantee on all Verilux HappyLight.

Does HappyLight give you vitamin D?

Do happy lights produce vitamin D? Happy lights don’t provide vitamin D as natural sunlight does because it has a very narrow grouping of UVB lights. If you suspect you have a vitamin D deficiency due to limited sun exposure, Dr. Fernandez advises talking to your doctor about possibly taking a supplement.

Do vitamin D lamps work?

Even though it’s a light-based therapy, sun lamps don’t impact vitamin D production. Be sure to get your vitamin D through your diet and/or supplements as your doctor advises.

Can Lighttherapy cause insomnia?

Finally, the light box itself may cause difficulties falling or staying asleep called insomnia. Again, this likely relates to a shift in the circadian rhythm and the body’s desire to sleep.

Do UV lamps help with vitamin D deficiency?

Ultraviolet (UV) light therapy is necessary for treating vitamin D deficiency. Specifically, a light therapy must use ultraviolet B (UVB) light in order to stimulate vitamin D production in the body.

Does Lighttherapy increase serotonin?

According to research, light therapy appears to improve serotonin activity and melatonin production, which improves mood and helps to restore circadian rhythms for improved sleep.

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