Car manufacturers have started to explore the use of blue light in their cars to fight fatigue. Blue light most closely mimics full daylight, and is used successfully to reset body ‘clocks’. It is hoped that this same concept can be integrated into automotive technology to stimulate tired drivers. More information about how blue light […]
While dementia is not currently a curable disorder, there is a new weapon in holding its effects at bay for at least a while longer and extending quality of life for those suffering its effects. By installing bright lights (1000 lux) and keeping them on from 9am to 6pm and coupling it with melatonin, results […]
Jamie Jenkins, a 5 year old boy in the U.K., with Autistic Spectrum Disorder, has been receiving twice daily treatments of Light and Sound therapy, recently spoke his first words. This is apparently a big deal, since his parents up until that point had every reason to believe that he’d never speak at all. http://www.thisiswiltshire.co.uk/misc/print.php?artid=2347901
If you’ve ever wondered what happened to SciART selling the enLux 415 bulbs and why Light Therapy Options now carries them… or if you’re just curious where Light Therapy Options came from in the first place, start here.