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  • Shining the Light on Low Level Light Therapy

    Light- the natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible but is that all it is useful for? The answer is no, light at various frequencies and wavelengths has various uses. For this article, we will be focusing on low level light therapy (LLLT). LLLT can regrow hair, heal wounds, manage chronic pain, and even rejuvenate skin, yet it remains unfamiliar to many.

    You’re now probably wondering what is LLLT, what can it be used for, and more importantly does it actually work? Here’s everything you need to know about how and why LLLT works, what it’s used for.

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  • Want a Celebrity Complexion on the Cheap? Try LED Light Therapy!

    Celebrities like Kate Hudson and Kourtney Kardashian have been spotted wearing light therapy masks, crediting them with giving them glowing, blemish-free complexions. Just how does this revolutionary skincare treatment work? Find out how it can help your skin below -and how you can save hundreds by doing LED light therapy at home.

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  • Regain your Glow with these Sensational Spring Beauty Secrets

    While you’re spring cleaning your house, why not take a look at your skin care routine as well? Most of us are guilty of ignoring the use-by dates on your skin care products, but they’re important! Moisturisers and face washes should be thrown away after around 6 months to a year; after this they will lose their effectiveness and harbour nasty bacteria! After you’ve purged your out of date products, why not take the opportunity to add some new life to your routine? These skin care tips will help you lose that dull winter skin and enter spring looking glowing and full of life!

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  • Sundowning Light Therapy: A Bright New Breakthrough for Dementia

    Is it a good idea to try bright light therapy for dementia? An increasing number of studies suggest that special lights can be an effective way to ease symptoms like sundowning. Light is already recommended for conditions like Seasonal Affective Disorder and new evidence suggests it can be used for dementia sleep problems. We’ve put together a guide on how to deal with sundowning. What causes it, ways you can stop it from happening and how to do sundowning light therapy at home.

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  • Do SAD Lights Work?

    They do at StressNoMore!

    If you find yourself feeling low every year when the clocks change, you may have heard about something called ‘light therapy’. This can treat conditions like ‘winter blues’ and is done using special SAD lighting that replicates the effect that the sun has on your body. Continue reading

  • 10 Practical Tips to Help You Beat the January Blues

    The Monday of the last full week of January has, since 2005, been declared ‘Blue Monday’. Scientific studies have claimed that a combination of bad weather, post-Christmas debt and a loss of motivation to stick to New Year’s resolutions makes us feel particularly down in the dumps on this day.
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  • Win a Valkee SAD Light Headset worth £179.99

    Feeling glum at the look of the grey skies? For October we’ve got a fab competition prize that will help you bypass the winter blues; we’ve got 2 Valkee SAD Light Headsets to give away!

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  • Valkee - Clinically Proven to help with SAD, Depression & Mood Swings

    Valkee - the Bright Light Alternative in just 8 minutes a day!

    Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is aptly named - because that's how it makes us feel. It seems that us Brits are suffering with reduced light levels, especially in the winter months and it is has a noticeable impact on our mood.  We've selected an impressive, medically endorsed range of SAD lights and products to help combat the misery of the 'winter blues' - but one in particular has really impressed us.

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  • Seasonal Affective Disorder - Fight the Winter Blues

    Seasonal Affective Disorder - Sad by name, sad by nature...

    Now officially recognised as a medical condition by Doctors and Psychiatrists, Seasonal Affective Disorder can be really detrimental to your mood - especially during dark winter months. However you are not alone - it is estimated that 2 million people in the UK and Ireland suffer with it!

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