Light Hygiene

 

“We are all light deficient and this deficiency may be the source of our physical and emotional problems.”

— Dr. John Ott
Health and Light 
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  • Light therapy or phototherapy, also known as bright light therapy, is a method recognized by medicine for the treatment of various conditions including but not limited to depression, fatigue and sleep disorders.
  • Light and dark cycles that agree with a natural solar timing pattern could be referred to as good "light-hygiene."  
Sadly, good hygiene has overlooked the need for daily light hygiene required to nourish and regulate brain chemistry and circadian rhythms that control mood, appetite, energy, sleep, libido and . . .  so much more.
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Ideally, everyone should properly regulate their daily exposure to natural sunlight, managing the time spent inside and outside to naturally enhance immunity and reduce the risk of disease.
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NO SUNSHINE – NO PROBLEM
Photo nutrients are required for normal cell function, growth and development.
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  • Helps prime retinal cells for repair & regeneration.
  • Aids the production of ATP in the mitochondria. ATP is the fuel cells need for all vital functions.
  • Essential for subcellular as well as circulatory melatonin production.
  • Helps synchronize vital circadian rhythms and is especially beneficial at night to prepare for sleep.
  • A must when using computers and other electronic screens to counter blue light.
  • May also be used during the day for an energy boost much like a cup of coffee.
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