Caribbean Sun Light Therapy SAD Lightbox Sunbox. The Caribbean Sun is a highly effective new light therapy light box that uses 109 LED lamps to treat the symptoms associated with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). LEDs provide long life, pure white light, and are shock and vibration resistant. They serve to reduce the unit's size and weight, yet they deliver a full10,000 LUX of cool light. Amazingly, they only use 9 watts of power! Size is 9"x 5"x1 1/4". Put it on your desk or table-top. It comes with a swing-out leg that allows you to position the box at a comfortable angle for best exposure. Take it with you when you travel. It has a carefully constructed body made of steel, yet it weighs less than 3 lbs. The Caribbean Sun Box Light therapy Light box is warranted for 10 years! Plus.....it comes with a 30 day money back guarantee. A touch of the tropics to chase away your winter blues! An amazing new light box that uses LED technology to ward off the symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and winter blues.If you have any questions regarding the item please give us a call at (800)355-2956.
- Eases symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) - Say goodbye to winter blues
- Latest technology uses powerful LED lighting emitting 10,000 LUX of light
- Proven results - doctor recommended - highly effective
- Very low power consumption - only 9 watts!
- 10 year product warranty
WHAT IS SAD?
SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) is a type of winter depression which affects millions of people every winter between September and April, in particular during December, January and February. SAD is caused by a biochemical imbalance in the hypothalamus due to the shortening of daylight hours and the lack of sunlight in winter. For many people SAD is a seriously disabling illness, preventing them from functioning normally without continuous medical treatment. For others, it is a milder condition, causing discomfort, referred to as sub-syndromal SAD or winter blues. There is also a rare reverse form of SAD, known as summer SAD, where symptoms occur each summer and remit in winter.