New SunLite Bright Therapy Lamp
Oct 3, 2013 - 8:37:37 PM
Designed for those experiencing mild to moderate symptoms due to light deficiency, the SunLite is the safe, natural and effective option to boost energy, improve sleep and help maintain wellness. Bright light therapy is the first line of treatment recommended by healthcare professionals for treating the "Winter Blues." It has also been proven effective for circadian sleep issues and non-seasonal mood disorders caused by light deficiency.
The SunLite offers a broad field of illumination and features 10,000 LUX of 99.3% UV-filtered white light (4,000 Kelvin). It was developed based on clinically proven technology by the leaders in bright light therapy. Available in a Silver (P801) or Brown (P802) finish, this contemporary and stylish bright light therapy lamp is ideal for the home or office and features a glare-free diffuser.
Carex's SunLight is available online, at select retailers, independent pharmacies and drug stores for an MSRP of $99.99. The SunLite weighs only 3.25 pounds, is compact with dimensions of 13.37" x 8.75" x 2", and includes a one year limited warranty.
About Carex Health Brands
Carex Health Brands markets its products under the Carex, Apex, and Bed Buddy brand names. The company's brands have achieved broad customer awareness in the marketplace and are used by home care patients, the mobility challenged, senior citizens, and members of the general public. Carex is the market leader in branded home medical equipment sold through the drug store chains, mass merchants, DME dealers and grocery retailers. In addition, Carex offers one of the broadest product lines in hot/cold therapy and medication compliance. Carex products are also fully stocked by the drug wholesalers who service this retail market. Please visit www.carex.com or contact Jeff Swain, Director of Marketing, Carex Health Brands (781-871-2710) for more information.
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