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Light and Ion Therapy Model F4040
Two Highly Effective Treatments for Low Mood and Energy in One Attractive Product
Experience the Healing Power of 10,000 LUX Light and Negative Ion Therapy
Sun Touch Plus light therapy system emits light of an optimal wavelength to stimulate imperceptibly our body's receptors.
While the light emitted by these lamps is clear and pleasing to the human eyes, its special blue light frequently energizes and tackles:
- Pregnancy depression
- Winter blues
- Elderly depression
- Sleep problems
Sun Touch Plus helps Individuals with:
- Prepartum Depression, often referred to as pregnancy depression, can heighten the risk of preterm delivery and having a baby with low birth-weight. It also puts you at risk for inadequate nutrition, increased nicotine and alcohol use, and failure to take care of yourself properly.
Though studies have not determined categorically that treating depression with drugs is always dangerous for the fetus, more and more doctors feel that light therapy is an informed, effective and intelligent way to play it safe.
For the 1 in 10 women worldwide who find themselves at severe risk at this stressful time, there’s a NatureBright light at the end of the tunnel!
- Postpartum Depression, often referred to as pregnancy depression, can be a distraction that makes it difficult to bond with your child. It can also create a domino effect that creates the potential for illness for the two (or three!) of you. Research conducted over the last ten years has provided significant evidence that the employment of light therapy — which operates on the brain’s pathways in the same way as antidepressants — makes a lot of sense as a first recourse.
Don’t you owe it to yourself to try it? You may never need to resort to medical or chemical intervention.
Pregnancy & Light Therapy
A Partial Research List
Light Therapy for Depression in Pregnancy
© 2011 The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry
The Effectiveness of Various Postpartum Depression Treatments and the Impact of Antidepressant Drugs on Nursing Infants
© 2000 American Psychiatric Association
Letter to the Editor
Bright Light Therapy’s Effect on Postpartum Depression
Maria Corral, M.D., F.R.C.P.C., Annie Kuan, B.A., And Demetra Kostaras , B.S.C., M.A. Vancouver, B.C., Canada