- Provides the maximum recommended 10,000 LUX of glare-free white light
- Safely blocks 99.3% of UV and projects light downward as recommended by experts
- Based on the model used by university researchers around the world
- 10,000 LUX at 10"
- 99.3% UV-filtered for safety
- Quick-change bulbs for "no tool" maintenance
- Lightweight at 3.25 lbs. for portability
Bright Light Therapy has been shown to help ease the symptoms of the Winter Blues, jet lag, shift work adjustment and circadian sleep disorders.
- Built-in stand & cover
- Height adjustable
- Portrait or landscape
- 3 angle options
TheraLite Aura has been designed with your needs in mind. Projecting light from above, adjustable angle and multiple light settings makes the TheraLite Aura the perfect companion at home or at the office. UV free LED technology and a comfortable color temperature ensure you experience a safe, comfortable therapeutic light. The adjustable lamphead lets you switch from therapy lamp to desk light with the turn of the knob.
Bright Light Benefits
Daily exposure to bright light helps to maintain your circadian rhythm, boost energy and manage sleeping patterns. Light therapy is also the first line of recommended treatment for the Winter Blues. For many, morning sun exposure is limited by work, school or other commitments, even in the summer. The TheraLite is a bright Light Therapy lamp designed to fill this gap.
|120V, 60Hz, 35W
|22" x 11.25" x 11.5" /
56cm x 28cm x 29cm
|10,000 LUX at 12"/30cm
|168 LED Bulbs, 3000K,
100% UV Free
Light Therapy Basics
LUX or the light intensity at a specific distance from the light is the common term used in bright Light Therapy. The chart below details the average treatment times for the Winter Blues based on your eyes proximity to the lamp.
Symptoms of Overuse
Negative effects are rare with Light Therapy. However, if you experience increased irritability, excessive energy, and/or any consistent discomfort during or after use, decrease session time or move the light further away. Using the lamp late in the afternoon or in the evening is not advised, as this may disrupt your sleep. It is recommended that you consult your doctor before beginning any bright light regimen.