- If unsure whether your medication causes sensitivity to light, confirm with your physician prior to using this device.
- Discontinue use immediately if you experienced any sensitivity tousing this device.
- Turn off the power before performing any maintenance.
- Verify that supply is correct by comparing it with the lamp label information.
- If you have eye problems or have had eye surgery, you should consult your doctor or ophthalmologist before you use any form of light therapy. Certain eye and eye-related conditions may respond unfavorably to light therapy.
- As with any electrical device, DO NOT use the lamp in or near water.
- Avoid direct eye exposure to the light source while it is on.
- This product is suitable for indoor use only.
- DO NOT overuse the light. Overuse may cause irritability, excessive energy or difficulty falling asleep at bedtime.
- It is not necessary to stare into the light. Read, work, or talk on the phone during your light therapy session
- During the first few uses, your light may give off an odor; this is harmless, will not affect the use, and will quickly disappear.
- ALWAYS use in a well-ventilated are away from other heat sources and ensure that air can flow freely around the lamphead when the product is in use.
- To reduce the risk of death, personal injury or property damage from fire, electric shock, falling parts, cuts/abrasions and other hazards, read all earnings and instructions included with and on the fixture box and all fixture labels.
- For residential installation: If you are unsure about the installation or maintenance of the lamps, consult a qualifies licensed electrician and check your local code.
- DO NOT INSALL DAMAGED PRODUCT!
- The external flexible cable or cord of this lamp cannot be replaced; of the cable or cord is damaged, the lamp will be destroyed.
- To avoid injury or damage to the fitting, ensure that power leads and screws are secure before connecting the power.
- Young children should be supervised to ensure that they DO NOT play with the portable lamp.
- Handle the fitting and/or shade with care to avoid any damage or breakage.
- Select a suitable away from liquids and hazards.
- Ensure that the fitting DOES NOT come in contact with the corrosive chemicals, etc.
- To clean, wipe with a damp clean cloth. NEVER soak the fixture with water.
- Select a suitable location for the lamp.
- Ensure it is on a flat and stable surface.
- This product is suitable for indoor use ONLY.
- DO NOT place flammable material near or over the fixture.
- Ensure the fixture is not installed next to any air vents and is NOT in any moist or damp arear.
- Take care NOT to pull any electrical wires during unpacking as this may damage the connection
- Check whether the fitting has been damages during transport.
DO NOT operate/install any product which appears damages in any way. Return the complete product to the place of purchase for inspection, repair or replacement.
DO NOT plug into the main power socket outlet before or during assembly. Only do so after the portable lamp is fully assembled and ready to use for the first time.
- Remove all packaging material from the product.
- Select a suitable location for the light fitting. See the Installation Requirements above.
- Insert the fixture plug into a properly grounded outlet. Ensure it is fully plugged in.
- Use switch to turn the lamp on/off.
Bright Health is an innovative light supply system and is not a listed medical device in the USA.
Using Your 14” Light for Therapy
For those with mild to moderate Winter Blues, sleep or circadian rhythm issues, regular daily use of the lamp can help provide relief. For Most conditions, use shortly after walking or in the morning. Place the 14” Light Therapy Lamp above your line of sight, where possible, to maximize the light reaching your eyes. You should be facing the lamp with eyes open during sessions, but you do not need to look directly at the light. Over the first few days of use, access the effect and, if necessary, lengthen or shorten the session time bases on your response.
Symptoms of Overuse
Negative effects are rare with light therapy. However, if you experience increases irritability, excessive energy, and/or any consistent discomfort during or after use, decrease session time or move the light further away. Using the lamp late in the afternoon or in the evening is not advised, as this may disrupt your sleep. It is recommended that you consult you doctor before beginning any bright light regimen.
Light Therapy Basics
LUX or the light intensity at a specific distance form the light is the common term uses in bright light therapy. The chart below details the average treatment for the Winter Blues on your eye’s proximity to the lamp.