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Lumie Arabica Lightbox – Home SAD Light Therapy lamp £59.99 at Amazon
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Posted 14th Feb

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Cheapest it has been for over a year. Good deal for anyone looking for a large powerful SAD lamp
  • Lumie Arabica lightbox can treat the symptoms of SAD (seasonal affective disorder) and winter blues
  • Simply switch it on and position it close by while you're on the PC or watching
  • Recommended treatment time is 30-60 minutes at 50 cm. Light output - 10,000 lux at 25 cm. 4,000 lux at 50 cm
  • Lumie Arabica is certified as a medical device, so you can be sure you're getting a product that's been specifically designed for light therapy use

Lumie Arabica is a mid-size lightbox, ideal for use at home to boost energy and well-being, particularly during the winter. Sunlight is a natural mood-booster, influencing body chemistry (e.g. melatonin and serotonin levels) making us feel awake and positive. If you're indoors, a dose of bright light is the next best thing and is proven to put you in a better mood, boost energy and help you to feel more alert - so it's a great way to improve your well-being at work or at home. It can also be an effective treatment for SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). Arabica was created by Lumie, the Cambridge-based light therapy specialist and inventor of the first wake-up lights.
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dunny0614/02/2020 21:05

Dont waste your money as winter will be over soon and lighter days are …Dont waste your money as winter will be over soon and lighter days are coming.[Image]


Not sure if you're aware, but winter tends to happen every year SAD lights are generally pretty expensive, especially decent ones. This would be a good buy if you suffer from it.
dunny0614/02/2020 22:13

Yes I'm aware that winter happens every year for 3 months from mid …Yes I'm aware that winter happens every year for 3 months from mid December to mid March and s.a.d lamps are not really expensive and usually sell from £40+. Dont believe Amazon's fictional con pricing that most fall for on here. We are 1 month from spring and days are getting lighter so it does not make any sense to waste any money on Amazon's con pricing structure for this lamp when spring is just around the corner.


Ridiculous comment! Even with spring and summer around the corner, a lot of people don't get enough daylight exposure due to working patterns or being stuck in offices all day.

These lamps can also prove effective for people suffering from depression, so worth a try.

Also don't forget to supplement with Vitamin D, living in the Northern hemisphere is not good for those levels!

Voted hot.
Obviously neither of you suffer from SAD. Good for you.
StolenDiagram15/02/2020 11:58

Like I say, you clearly are fortunate enough not to suffer from SAD. There …Like I say, you clearly are fortunate enough not to suffer from SAD. There is no conclusive evidence either way to support how effective these lamps are. Some people will claim to notice significant benefits and at the end of the day, whether or not the lamps actually do what they claim, so long as an individual sees benefit to it, that's all that matters.


S/He's clearly a troll. Sadly it's because of people like them that stigma and ignorance exists around mental health issues. Disgusting
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What's difference between this and red light therapy? Which one is better?
I listed the vitamin model here a while back and subsequently purchased it as well. Thumbs up from me. Be sure to follow the instructions and build up your tollerances.
Dont waste your money as winter will be over soon and lighter days are coming.
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dunny0614/02/2020 21:05

Dont waste your money as winter will be over soon and lighter days are …Dont waste your money as winter will be over soon and lighter days are coming.[Image]


Not sure if you're aware, but winter tends to happen every year SAD lights are generally pretty expensive, especially decent ones. This would be a good buy if you suffer from it.
StolenDiagram14/02/2020 21:59

Not sure if you're aware, but winter tends to happen every year SAD …Not sure if you're aware, but winter tends to happen every year SAD lights are generally pretty expensive, especially decent ones. This would be a good buy if you suffer from it.


Yes I'm aware that winter happens every year for 3 months from mid December to mid March and s.a.d lamps are not really expensive and usually sell from
£40+. Dont believe Amazon's fictional con pricing that most fall for on here. We are 1 month from spring and days are getting lighter so it does not make any sense to waste any money on Amazon's con pricing structure for this lamp when spring is just around the corner.
The price of this makes me sad.
Obviously neither of you suffer from SAD. Good for you.
I purchased a led 6500k bulb which I leave on during the day in my lounge. Seems to work for me and much lower in cost and one less thing to have to 'set' up and store when not in use.
TecspecEngineer14/02/2020 23:15

I purchased a led 6500k bulb which I leave on during the day in my lounge. …I purchased a led 6500k bulb which I leave on during the day in my lounge. Seems to work for me and much lower in cost and one less thing to have to 'set' up and store when not in use.


Do you have a link please?
supersue14/02/2020 23:51

Do you have a link please?


Here is the link for the one I got which is for a standard bayonet fitting. Google 6500k or Daylight lightbulb and choose the output 60w to 100w,lots available.

Energizer LED GLS Energy Saving Lightbulb, B22, 11.6 W, Daylight amazon.co.uk/dp/…NBV
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dunny0614/02/2020 22:13

Yes I'm aware that winter happens every year for 3 months from mid …Yes I'm aware that winter happens every year for 3 months from mid December to mid March and s.a.d lamps are not really expensive and usually sell from £40+. Dont believe Amazon's fictional con pricing that most fall for on here. We are 1 month from spring and days are getting lighter so it does not make any sense to waste any money on Amazon's con pricing structure for this lamp when spring is just around the corner.


Ridiculous comment! Even with spring and summer around the corner, a lot of people don't get enough daylight exposure due to working patterns or being stuck in offices all day.

These lamps can also prove effective for people suffering from depression, so worth a try.

Also don't forget to supplement with Vitamin D, living in the Northern hemisphere is not good for those levels!

Voted hot.
Is this just a light or can you generate the hormone people call vitamin d from it
shivsena15/02/2020 06:18

Ridiculous comment! Even with spring and summer around the corner, a lot …Ridiculous comment! Even with spring and summer around the corner, a lot of people don't get enough daylight exposure due to working patterns or being stuck in offices all day. These lamps can also prove effective for people suffering from depression, so worth a try.Also don't forget to supplement with Vitamin D, living in the Northern hemisphere is not good for those levels! Voted hot.


I suggest you stop peddling science fiction as there's no scientific evidence that these lamps works. Go back to watching star trek pal
Mrepg15/02/2020 08:02

Is this just a light or can you generate the hormone people call vitamin d …Is this just a light or can you generate the hormone people call vitamin d from it


You only start generating vitamin D when your skin starts getting UV, unfortunately - some weather sites will give you the UV index forecasts, which is a great help!

It’s UVB I think, unlike UVA which can get through most windows... um, I haven’t fact checked in a while

Can I also recommend Taotronics’ SAD light, works for me, only £28 at the moment amazon.co.uk/Tao…7NC
dunny0615/02/2020 10:13

I suggest you stop peddling science fiction as there's no scientific …I suggest you stop peddling science fiction as there's no scientific evidence that these lamps works. Go back to watching star trek pal


Like I say, you clearly are fortunate enough not to suffer from SAD. There is no conclusive evidence either way to support how effective these lamps are. Some people will claim to notice significant benefits and at the end of the day, whether or not the lamps actually do what they claim, so long as an individual sees benefit to it, that's all that matters.
StolenDiagram15/02/2020 11:58

Like I say, you clearly are fortunate enough not to suffer from SAD. There …Like I say, you clearly are fortunate enough not to suffer from SAD. There is no conclusive evidence either way to support how effective these lamps are. Some people will claim to notice significant benefits and at the end of the day, whether or not the lamps actually do what they claim, so long as an individual sees benefit to it, that's all that matters.


S/He's clearly a troll. Sadly it's because of people like them that stigma and ignorance exists around mental health issues. Disgusting
Thansk
dunny0614/02/2020 21:05

Dont waste your money as winter will be over soon and lighter days are …Dont waste your money as winter will be over soon and lighter days are coming.[Image]


Hey dunny06 I like this app that you’ve screenshot - can you share its name? Thks in advance
Zzzgabor15/02/2020 17:41

Hey dunny06 I like this app that you’ve screenshot - can you share its n …Hey dunny06 I like this app that you’ve screenshot - can you share its name? Thks in advance


It's called mobile observatory 2, I payed £3.99 about 4 years ago.
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dunny0614/02/2020 21:05

Dont waste your money as winter will be over soon and lighter days are …Dont waste your money as winter will be over soon and lighter days are coming.[Image]



What's the app? I want it, I like all the number stuff on it, looks technical. Ah I see you've already posted it.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 15th Feb
dunny0615/02/2020 18:22

It's called mobile observatory 2, I payed £3.99 about 4 years ago. [Image] …It's called mobile observatory 2, I payed £3.99 about 4 years ago. [Image] [Image]


Nice one thanks. Unfortunately I’m an Apple addict and the app and developer aren’t showing on the Apple App Store 😥 But thks for posting
if anyone knows a budget version of these lamps please link.
Thank you for posting. We have added this to the Highlights section.
I don't like those things and I find a much simpler solution is to wear night time driving glasses or something similar, makes every dull day look bright!
Best just buying a Phillips hue light and setting it to a morning wake up timer
Are these basically sunbed lamps omitting uv rays? If so I’ll stick with my d3 spray (get vitamin sprays as the absorb much better)
chrisredmayne16/02/2020 06:58

Best just buying a Phillips hue light and setting it to a morning wake up …Best just buying a Phillips hue light and setting it to a morning wake up timer


It will not give enough light. I think the medical research has shown the effective ones have to give off 10,000 lux. The cheaper SAD lamps tend to be lower light levels and don’t work...
gari18916/02/2020 09:14

It will not give enough light. I think the medical research has shown the …It will not give enough light. I think the medical research has shown the effective ones have to give off 10,000 lux. The cheaper SAD lamps tend to be lower light levels and don’t work...


Works great for me, I have the hue sad one and prefer just the bulbs to wake me up
SAD lamps do really work in my experience, it's a game changer in winter!
Recommend the Lumie Brazil, can't stand blue light. I have a variety of HUE bulbs and they do not compare to a good sad light but I like the wake up feature on Hue.
Lumie do refurbs which are as good as new, I got the brazil for less than half price and they have 45 day return trial so no risk.
I used one this year I found it made this winter a lot easier
shivsena15/02/2020 06:18

Ridiculous comment! Even with spring and summer around the corner, a lot …Ridiculous comment! Even with spring and summer around the corner, a lot of people don't get enough daylight exposure due to working patterns or being stuck in offices all day. These lamps can also prove effective for people suffering from depression, so worth a try.Also don't forget to supplement with Vitamin D, living in the Northern hemisphere is not good for those levels! Voted hot.


Yeah I think we should all avoid sunlight, sit in the corner in a dark room and take a pharmaceutical vitamin d pill........ We've been doing if for thousands of years and it works great.......wait a minute......
fijwood16/02/2020 17:14

https://smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07RSG1MV1/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_i_GFxsEbVXYT95NCheaper and goes to 32,000 lux


I'd go for a manufacturer that goes to the trouble of having it's own website rather than only appearing on Amazon. Kudos for the smile link I've never seen anyone post one before. I think it gets removed when you go from hukd though - they should do something about that.
hotukdealz16/02/2020 16:19

Yeah I think we should all avoid sunlight, sit in the corner in a dark …Yeah I think we should all avoid sunlight, sit in the corner in a dark room and take a pharmaceutical vitamin d pill........ We've been doing if for thousands of years and it works great.......wait a minute......


That's not what I said though is it? The reality is most people don't spend enough time outside to produce the levels of Vitamin D needed. Most of the medical world agrees that supplementing with vitamin D tablets is a good idea for people living in the northern hemisphere.
Also helps to turn the heating up and play some reggae music.
Used to use one of these, years ago.. never use it any more. While they do improve your mood a little.. they are not completely necessary, as you don't stay in the same frame of mind for ever.. Situations,environments and perceptions change.. Dingy office jobs sat in front of old dark monitors weigh heavy.. as does dealing with complaints daily.. Solitary jobs and lifestyles,be it call centre.. (Isolation, be that in marriage, job, housing, flat, farm etc).

Busy your lifestyle.. working in a shop, dealing with customers (Volunteering).. can help.. guess this is down to taking part in social situations.. Shy people or folk with anxiety, will try and avoid these situations.. but if you can battle yourself..to attempt it.. it can be rewarding.

Join a club.. break the norm.. A little fitness.. not fitness O.C.D.

Try to help people.. daily.. simple things have little rewards (mental boosts).. even just holding the door open..

Avoid certain foods.. (I find fast foods, like pizza, burgers and heavy salty bacon lead me to crash mentally and sap my energy, lead to dehydration).. Avoid too much salt in diet.
skullbugz_joe17/02/2020 09:20

Used to use one of these, years ago.. never use it any more. While they do …Used to use one of these, years ago.. never use it any more. While they do improve your mood a little.. they are not completely necessary, as you don't stay in the same frame of mind for ever.. Situations,environments and perceptions change.. Dingy office jobs sat in front of old dark monitors weigh heavy.. as does dealing with complaints daily.. Solitary jobs and lifestyles,be it call centre.. (Isolation, be that in marriage, job, housing, flat, farm etc).Busy your lifestyle.. working in a shop, dealing with customers (Volunteering).. can help.. guess this is down to taking part in social situations.. Shy people or folk with anxiety, will try and avoid these situations.. but if you can battle yourself..to attempt it.. it can be rewarding.Join a club.. break the norm.. A little fitness.. not fitness O.C.D.Try to help people.. daily.. simple things have little rewards (mental boosts).. even just holding the door open..Avoid certain foods.. (I find fast foods, like pizza, burgers and heavy salty bacon lead me to crash mentally and sap my energy, lead to dehydration).. Avoid too much salt in diet.


Fine comment in a while ,Well said , Couldnt agree more.....
Is there any real evidence to support SAD?
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