Feeling depressed for most of the day? Every day?
Having trouble sleeping at night or oversleeping in the morning? Recurrent loss of energy throughout the day?
You might be afflicted with seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
Looking for a way to increase your overall energy and mood during winter?
While the true causes of SAD remain mostly unknown, it is certain that most of the cases happen to be in winter. We can hence correlate the cases with the lack of significant sunlight and all its benefits on the human brain and anatomy.
For the most part, sunlight helps with cellular energy and vitamin D production, giving us energy boosts enhancing body mechanism in the process of photo biomodulation.
For years studies have shown that bright light therapy devices have shown very good results in treating seasonal affective disorder and depression.
But what about red and near-infrared light therapy?
In fact, for treating the brain, it is likely that near infrared would be much superior to red light, or any types of light, as it penetrates much more deeply beneath the skin tissues. The combination of both types of light would constitute a very promising treatment for major depressive disorder, suicidal ideation, anxiety and traumatic brain injury.
For most people, seasonal affective disorder can cause any simple movements or tasks feel like an uphill struggle. Getting out of bed, taking a shower, going to school/work, making breakfast becomes much more of a challenge with someone suffering from SAD.
Studies have shown that people with the disorder or depression have abnormal blood flow in the frontal cortex of the brain. Since red and near-infrared light therapy substantially improve blood flow and circulation to the brain, it would be rational to believe that could be part of the treatment at play.
What happens during winter?
Most people will feel the symptoms of the changing seasons in their body and mind mostly because it is the effects of our body reacting to its environment. A natural, evolutionary trait that has kept us alive for thousands of years. The hours of sunlight and darkness significantly changes during seasons. Both are responsible for the release of hormones in the brain. The sunlight is responsible for the release of serotonin and the darkness for the release of melatonin, amongst many other hormones.
People who are most affected with SAD are the people who, during winter, stays indoor the most. The average hours of sunlight significantly decrease when winter comes and staying indoor won’t help either. This causes the brain to release substantially less serotonin during the cold seasons. Low levels of serotonin are associated with a higher risk of major depression with seasonal pattern.
While red light therapy is not meant to replace entirely sunlight, it helps to have an intake of natural light directly on our skin to combat SAD.
The sun’s red and near-infrared light is the same as the ones emitted from the Red Dawn 300. While it won’t affect your vitamin D production, it will significantly benefit your blood flow and circulation giving you most benefits from sunlight.
Red Sun Therapy will help you get through the winter with its natural outflow of red and near-infrared light directly from the comfort of your home.
While using the Red Dawn 300, you can read, relax, listen to music/podcasts, or even watch your favourite show. Relaxing and the direct red light will significantly increase your mood and serotonin level, helping you combatting the effects of affective seasonal depression.
Trials of Red Dawn 300 are available for a 30-day period without any restock fees.
Try red and near-infrared light therapy in the comfort of your own home to combat lethargy, SAD and lack of energy risk-free. Money back guaranteed.