Research on the human side has shown that bright light therapy, which involves daily exposure to intense doses of white light, regulates seasonal mood swings, improves sleeping patterns, and produces a general sense of well-being.
Max Marvin, the founder of Pawsitive Lighting, experienced the benefits of light therapy firsthand when he was battling severe insomnia. A sleep specialist suggested that he try light therapy. Max lives in Portland Oregon, where sunlight can be scarce, so the idea was that it could help set his sleep cycle by mimicking the sun. In addition, light therapy balances melotonin production, which is an important component of healthy sleep.
Light Therapy for Pets
After only a week, Max noticed a difference. He found the light to be incredibly invigorating and an excellent way to liven his spirits Continue Reading