Philips goLITE BLU Light Therapy Device
- Portable, rechargeable blue therapy light with Bluewave.
- Sleek new compact design
- New diffusion optics for softer, even light
- Wider treatment field gives you more flexibility
- Fully programmable, adjustable intensity
- Not to be used by people with Bi-polar disorder
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Helps to Alleviate the Symptoms of Winter Blues
The Philips goLITE BLU Plus HF3332 is clinically proven to naturally boost your mood and energy and fight winter blues in as little as 15 minutes a day. Featuring breakthrough Bluewave technology, goLITE BLU is a portable innovative design that allows you to get the light you need at home or in the office.
Uses Specific Blue Light Like a Clear Sunny Sky
goLITE BLU energy light produces a particular kind of pure blue light that occurs naturally on very sunny, clear days. Special receptors in the eyes absorb this blue light which makes you feel energetic whenever you need it.
Conveniently Portable and Rechargeable
Compact design, travel case, and a rechargeable battery make the goLITE BLU Plus easy to use, easy to store, and easy to take with you when you travel. The durable LEDs in the goLITE BLU Plus can be used 30 minutes a day for 50 years without losing efficiency.
Easy To Use
Place goLITE BLU in your field of vision - no need to look directly into the light. Using the goLITE BLU energy light for at least 15 minutes naturally improves your mood and energy level whenever you need it. Using it for longer is absolutely safe. Regular use every morning during winter months will help to alleviate the symptoms of the winter blues. Set the timer according to your needs (1-60 min) by using the touch display and choose the right level of brightness out of the four levels by using the dimmer. Set the treatment time alarm to ensure that you don't miss your session of blue light.
Philips goLITE BLU Plus Energy Light HF3332 features:
- Clinically proven to boost mood and energy and fight winter blues
- Uses advanced Bluewave technology for results in as little as 15 to 45 minutes a day
- Rechargeable battery and travel case make it ideal for travel purposes
- Wide field of illumination allows you the freedom to engage in other activities
- Timer and brightness settings to customize your light exposure
- Safe to use and UV free
What's in the Box
Philips HF3332 goLITE BLU Plus energy light and instruction guide.
Philips Energy Lights
Increase Energy Level
Fights Winter Blues
Boosts Your Mood
Travel Case Included
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Top Customer Reviews
It's really, really bright. For those familiar with LED flashlights, think of it this way: a decent LED flashlight device has about 3 LEDs. The goLITE has SIXTY. Therefore, think of TWENTY flashlights bright, when used at maximum intensity. That IS bright. It's so bright, you are not supposed to stare at it directly. I did and my eyes hurt for about half an hour after that. Thankfully, the intensity is adjustable in increments of 25% with the 50% setting being recommended for starters.
The manual recommends 15-30 minute sessions with the light bathing your face from the side, at about eye level. The light therapists believe that the best times to use it are in the morning but, for those who, like me, feel sleepy in the afternoon, an afternoon session could also be beneficial. I normally use it early in the morning, with my breakfast and every time I exercise, which is the evening-afternoon.
A touch LCD panel allows the user to set the clock, the timer, the alarm and the light intensity. The most needed functions: the timer and the light adjuster are easy to set.Read more ›
here are my issues...i would get into bed around 11pm and would just lay there tossing and turning. i just could not fall asleep. sometimes i would look at the clock and it's 3am...sometimes 4am. then i would fall asleep and then have my alarm set to 730am b/c i had to go to work. most days i would snooze every 10 mins from 730 to 830 just to sneak in a little more sleep.
it was terrible. i was tired all day long. and the lack of sleep really effected me both physically and mentally.
on weekends...i would fall asleep at 4am or so and then would be able to sleep until 11am or noon. but then the bad cycle started again sunday night as i had work monday morning.
i self diagnosed myself with having DSPS (delayed sleep phase syndrome) where my internal clock was all shifted up about 5 or 6 hours.
i have been suffering with this for so many years. i tried warm milk. i tried soothing music. i even tried lunesta/ambien for a few days with no help.
then i found this item on the internet.
the first day, saturday, i set the alarm for 930am. woke up and sat with the light for 30 mins. sunday, i set the alarm to 830am and sat with the light for another 30 mins. monday, i set it for 730am and sat with it again.
by the end of the week, i was falling asleep within minutes of hitting the bed at 11pm. i was naturally waking up even 10 mins before the alarm would go on.
i could not believe what was going on. after 5 days with this little piece of machinery, my sleep issues have been fixed.
i'm now 3 weeks into it waking up every day at 615am after falling asleep at 11. that's 7+ hours of sleep. i still can't believe it.Read more ›
For years, I would sleep in and miss classes, and would generally feel chronically fatigued and apathetic. My problem got pretty bad to the point that I would miss important meetings or events. I was focused, and hardworking but I just could not wake up on time (and go to bed on time either)! I would go to bed at say 11 PM, yet I would still wake up at 12 PM or 1 PM the next day. I would be like what the hell. So then over this winter break (where I had a good 5 weeks off), I started letting myself go to bed at the time my body NATURALLY fell asleep (not when I *wanted* to). I found that I was going to bed at 3 AM. And what happened? I STILL woke up at 11 AM!!!! What did this show me? That I WAS getting 8 hours of sleep BUT it was at a later time (hence going to bed at 11 PM didn't do anything because I really wasn't falling asleep until 3-4 AM in the morning).
So why did this happen? Why did my sleep schedule get delayed (this problem is called DSPS or delayed sleep phase syndrome --- it's nothing serious it's just a big pain when trying to function in society --- my primary care physician referred me to a sleep MD who diagnosed me with this as well.)? Well in high school I had bad habits.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent device for those dealing with depression. I like the clock that displays, the timer to turn on as well as off, and the stand so I can set it upright or lay it down. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bluewaters
Even when you think you have it figured out, it will turn on at the wrong time. Display is painful to look at when light is on (you need to cover the light with something to read... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Phillip Kunz
I was very skeptical about this, but it was recommend by my therapist, so I thought I'd give it a try. Surprisingly, it seems to be beneficial for me. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Vhoagie
I use this in combo with my alarm clock, leave it on for 15 min and carry it with me till that time is up. It really helps you wake up. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Preston
I can speak only from my experience (using it under a doctor's guidance) but in only a month's time it has remarkably reduced my years-long screwed up sleep cycle. Read morePublished 4 months ago by WrathChild
Day one: Bought for wife... no noticeable difference. Further observation recommended.Published 5 months ago by Husband