1. Sunn | The Story

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    This is the story of Sunn; from idea to kickstarter campaign.

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    • Step into the Light with the HappyLight from Verilux

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      Sufferers of Seasonal Affective Disorder and the Winter Blues can now step into the light and combat the effects of SAD with the HappyLight Full Spectrum Light Therapy System from Verilux. Glowing bright with 10,000 lux of full spectrum light, the HappyLight allows you to treat the damaging effects of S.A.D while helping to restore your bodies natural Circadian rhythms. For more information, visit our blog: http://sadtherapylamps.com/blog/sad/article/happylight-full-spectrum-light-therapy-system

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      • Light Therapy Light - YumaLite Commercial

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        Light Therapy Light by Yumalite To learn more about YumaLite or to order online go to http://www.Yumalite.com YumaLite is a light therapy light that uses patent pending, safe, clinically proven technology to effectively treat Winter Blues, Seasonal Light Disorder or Seasonal Affective Disorder – SAD - and other circadian rhythm related mood disorders. As Dr. David Greenberg M.D. explains, doctors have long known that sunlight is crucial to our well-being. We feel energized in the summer but as fall and winter set in and the days get shorter and darker, the lack of sun affects our biorhythms and hormone levels, causing us to feel a loss of energy, which can result in weight gain, diminished libido and generally feeling down. While some people experience a more severe form of these symptoms, known as winter depression or Seasonal Light Disorder almost everyone is affected to some degree. Three decades of research has shown that lighttherapy can safely and effectively treat these symptoms. YumaLite was designed as a light for seasonal affective disorder using studies and research on Winter Blues and light therapy lights from many of the world’s leading institutions and journals, such as the National Institute of Mental Health, the Canadian Mental Health Association, Psychiatry Research, American Family Physician, Society of Biological Psychiatry, and The American Journal of Psychiatry. Research, outstanding design and advanced technology have contributed to the creation of the most inexpensive, portable, comfortable and effective seasonal light therapy light available on the market. Convenience: Instead of having to sit in front of a large and unsightly light box, you can use YumaLite seasonal disorder light while getting ready in the morning, having breakfast, making lunches, putting on makeup, taking out the garbage or while reading, watching TV, talking on the phone. Affordability: YumaLite also stands out from other lights for SAD on the market because it is affordable at $99.99. YumaLite Features: Light mode options include red or white light—a technological improvement on other light therapy lights that offer just one light color Tilting mechanism for optimal light placement Adjustable head mount for easy fitting Can be comfortably worn while wearing eyeglasses Made from durable, lightweight, recyclable materials YumaLite Specs: Weight: 0.7 lbs. Dimensions: 6 x 4 x .75 inches Light source: 3 x red LEDs and 3 x white LEDs Power source: 3 x AAA batteries (no cords) Health Canada compliant To learn more about YumaLite or to order online go to http://www.Yumalite.com. For more information on the studies and research conducted on lighttherapy go to http://http://www.Yumalite.com/research/

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        • The HappyLight 6000 by Verilux

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          The HappyLight 6000 shines bright with 6000 lux of full spectrum light, effectively treating the symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder with short daily exposures. For more information, visit: http://sadtherapylamps.com/verilux-happylite-6000-full-spectrum-light-therapy-system.html

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          • Wake up to the Light, with the Philips Wake Up Lamp

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            If you have issues sleeping at night, and wake up feeling tired an unrested, you will likely benefit from the 300 LUX of natural spectrum light emitted from the Philips Wake Up Lamp. Using gently increasing and decreasing light and sound to lull you to sleep and wake you up for the most natural and rejuvenating sleep. Assisting in the restoration of your body's natural circadian rhythms, the Wake Up Lamp provides 4 soothing sounds to wake up or drift to sleep with as well as a high quality FM radio. Say goodbye to restless nights and good morning to an easy start to every day with the Wake Up Lamp from Philips. For more information visit: www.sadtherapylamps.com/philips-wake-up-light.html

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            • YumaLite Light Therapy Commercial on the Web

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              Light Therapy Light by Yumalite To learn more about YumaLite or to order online go to http://www.Yumalite.com YumaLite is a light therapy light that uses patent pending, safe, clinically proven technology to effectively treat Winter Blues, Seasonal Light Disorder or Seasonal Affective Disorder – SAD - and other circadian rhythm related mood disorders. As Dr. David Greenberg M.D. explains, doctors have long known that sunlight is crucial to our well-being. We feel energized in the summer but as fall and winter set in and the days get shorter and darker, the lack of sun affects our biorhythms and hormone levels, causing us to feel a loss of energy, which can result in weight gain, diminished libido and generally feeling down. While some people experience a more severe form of these symptoms, known as winter depression or Seasonal Light Disorder almost everyone is affected to some degree. Three decades of research has shown that lighttherapy can safely and effectively treat these symptoms. YumaLite was designed as a light for seasonal affective disorder using studies and research on Winter Blues and light therapy lights from many of the world’s leading institutions and journals, such as the National Institute of Mental Health, the Canadian Mental Health Association, Psychiatry Research, American Family Physician, Society of Biological Psychiatry, and The American Journal of Psychiatry. Research, outstanding design and advanced technology have contributed to the creation of the most inexpensive, portable, comfortable and effective seasonal light therapy light available on the market. Convenience: Instead of having to sit in front of a large and unsightly light box, you can use YumaLite seasonal disorder light while getting ready in the morning, having breakfast, making lunches, putting on makeup, taking out the garbage or while reading, watching TV, talking on the phone. Affordability: YumaLite also stands out from other lights for SAD on the market because it is affordable at $99.99. YumaLite Features: Light mode options include red or white light—a technological improvement on other light therapy lights that offer just one light color Tilting mechanism for optimal light placement Adjustable head mount for easy fitting Can be comfortably worn while wearing eyeglasses Made from durable, lightweight, recyclable materials YumaLite Specs: Weight: 0.7 lbs. Dimensions: 6 x 4 x .75 inches Light source: 3 x red LEDs and 3 x white LEDs Power source: 3 x AAA batteries (no cords) Health Canada compliant To learn more about YumaLite or to order online go to http://www.Yumalite.com. For more information on the studies and research conducted on lighttherapy go to http://http://www.Yumalite.com/research/

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              • Livestream Interview with Dr. Norman Rosenthal

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                http://normanrosenthal.com/ Livestream Interview with Dr. Norman Rosenthal sponsored by the David Lynch Foundation. Living with Transcendence is a live interview that took place on November 21st at 9pm EST. During this interview I discussed the lessons I’ve learned on the road, as well as insights and patterns shown from case studies and research during my 3o plus years in the clinical setting. The Living with Transcendence interview is the result of a growing response from the public, as well as a deep desire on my part to connect with the audience that is drawn to my latest book, Transcendence. Furthermore, I will be taking questions about Transcendence and my book Winter Blues: Everything You Need to Know to Beat Seasonal Affective Disorder directly from the social networks. Please send questions via Twitter with the hashtag #AskDrNorm Wishing you Light and Transcendence, Norman

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                • (SAD)

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                  (SAD) tells the story about a young woman who is suffering from seasonal affective disorder. See how she copes with the disorder as we move through the seasons. Will she be able to overcome her lack of light or will she always be affected...? The film was produced by a group of (at the time) third year International Media and Entertainment Management students at the NHTV University of Applied Sciences in Breda, The Netherlands. Written and directed by Mara Vogels Produced by Annick van den Hooff, Lionel Hulsbergen and Melissa ten Hove Edited by Lionel Hulsbergen

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                  • ARE YOU FEELING S.A.D?

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                    Video Class assignment #1: "Make a video tutorial"

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                    • lonely winter part 3

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