Grant yourself some sunlight
Just like sunlight, the warming infrared and low-dose UV light from Sunshower® will make you feel fitter.More health benefits
Relieve winter depression
Your daily shower ritual supplemented with low-dose UV light helps boost your mental well-being. It can relieve or even prevent (winter) depression.
Increase your energy level
Low-dose UV light from Sunshower® has a positive effect on your well-being, energy level and sleep rhythm.
More rhythm with light
Recent research by Sunshower® / Vattenfal shows that sunlight improves your circadian rhythm, or sleep-wake cycle. Improve your biological clock using the right light.
For example, infrared improves your sleep, so that you wake up more rested the next day. UV light also has a positive effect on the production of happiness hormones, endorphins. This reduces stress and strengthens vitality and makes you feel fitter.
Relieve your winter depression
In autumn, our body responds to the reduction in hours and amount of sunlight in the autumn by producing the hormone melatonin. This affects your biological clock, your sleep and sometimes also your mood.
Light therapy can relieve your symptoms of winter depression. Using the UV function, in particular, can help boost energy and vitality
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Burnout and light therapy
Around 10% of working people suffer from a (mild) burnout. People with burnout often feel a total lack of energy or motivation to do their work or activities at home. Just as with a winter depression, symptomatic of a burnout is a disturbed energy balance.
Light therapy can help, according to research by the University Medical Centre (UMC) Groningen. This is a method which activity in certain areas of the brain is stimulated with the aid of very intensive light. In particular, the subjects suffered less emotional exhaustion.