Feeling Low?

If you’re dreading your days, and your low mood and lack of energy are affecting your life, you may be light-deprived. Today’s lifestyle traps most of us indoors, with little chance to experience the benefits of elevated mood and energy associated with getting enough bright sunlight daily.


Do you have low mood?

If you are feeling low, you may also be experiencing:

  • Fatigue

  • Difficulty concentrating

  • Poor sleep

  • Irritability

  • Social withdrawal

  • Low sex drive


How can the Litebook® help?

  • The Litebook® is the first personal light therapy product designed to provide specific beneficial rays of the sun, without any harmful UV.

  • Bright light therapy has been shown to improve mood and restore energy in many people who are suffering from low mood.

  • Typical use is 15-30 minutes per day, first thing each day. Daily use is recommended for optimum results.

  • This pulse of bright light sends a signal to your brain that it is a bright, sunny day and you need to be alert, focused and positive in your mood.

  • Bring the joy back into your life by giving your body the benefits of bright light – every day – with The Litebook®.

IMPORTANT: If your mood does not improve with regular use of The Litebook® and especially if your symptoms become more severe, we recommend you consult your physician or health care provider as you may be suffering from a medical condition such as clinical depression.


General usage instructions:

  • The Litebook® should be positioned approximately 20-24 inches from your face, and should be offset at a 30 to 45 degree angle, like sunlight coming in a window.

  • The Litebook’s® light beam must be directed at your eyes, and your eyes must be open to achieve benefit.

  • The Litebook’s® light beam is very bright – like the sun – in order to provide the benefit you seek. You do not stare at The Litebook® – as you do not stare at the sun – although it is not harmful to glance at it occasionally.

  • Typically, you will recognize when you’ve received sufficient light – most often by feeling of heightened alertness, energy, and/or mood.