Creating Mood with Lights

Not a lot of people know this, but the brightness of the room can actually affect your mood. The same goes with the seasons. Some people feel down or depressed during the fall or winter when the sky is darker and the weather is colder. Conversely, the warmth of spring and summer has the effect of lifting your spirits. 

You can mimic this effect with light therapy. There have been several cases of people who have felt better after just a session or two of light therapy. Basically, a person is exposed with a certain amount of light emitted by LED light bulbs or other bright light bulbs for a few minutes a day, which helps stabilise their mood. Before trying out light therapy, here are a few things to consider. 

Talk to a professional Even through light therapy doesn’t require any medication and doesn’t have any known side effects, it’s still best to talk to a health care professional or a therapist before trying it out. This way, any questions about light therapy can be answered. They can also offer tips and advices on how to properly go through the procedures, like the right amount of time exposed to the light and the light’s brightness. 

Know what choices you have There are a number of light bulbs out there that can be used for light therapy. It’s best to know what choices are available and the difference between them so you can decide on what lighting system to use for the therapy. The most common lights used are LED bulbs and you can get them almost anywhere nowadays. 

Do your research Know everything that there needs to know about light therapy. Spend some time to read books or pamphlets about it. Watch some videos or even join an online forum where people can share their personal experiences. For further assistance, comments and questions, contact our customer support hotline.

 

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