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Re: SAD light boxes-- where to buy, what do they cost?

Posted by Tony P on September 27, 2001, at 0:43:15

In reply to Re: SAD light boxes-- where to buy, what do they cost?, posted by ChrisK on September 26, 2001, at 4:36:51

I have borrrowed a lamp from a friend, which helped me recover during the late spring when I had got my internal clock way out of whack - sleeping into the day with curtains drawn and a face mask on. It came from
and was one of the more reasonably priced (as little as $230 Can., $230 US including shipping); it has a swivel allowing it to be easily directed. I am thinking of ordering one.

The similarly named
looks like one of the best buys for intensity and quality of light but is a box style, so a little less flexible - current sale price $229 US.

If you have private insurance, see if they will cover all or part of the cost.


> I got mine through Apollo:
> It worked fine but now that I have a good set of meds I've stopped using it after three years of use. Just sold it on e-bay for $235. Check e-bay every now and then and search for "SAD Light" or "Light Therapy." Just a warning with "SAD Light" you will get a bunch of goofy stuff like sad clown lamps. There have been other lights listed besides mine. You may also want to look into one of the newer visor types. They are probably the cheapest way to go if you aren't going to build your own.
> Do a Google search on "Light Therapy" and you will come up with a bunch more companies.




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