Blue Light Therapy
Play with blue light and feel better!
This FREE Blue Light Therapy App is intended to stimulate your brain with blue light. SupraChiasmatic Nucleus (SCN), a region of your brain receives information about the light that you see through your eyes and makes sleep/wake transition decisions.
I do not know if the app will work for you - when I play with it, I FEEL VERY GOOD!
HOW TO USE:
1)Hold the phone in your hand and touch the screen to create ripples of blue.
2)Start the app and set it to create ripples automatically. Put the phone next to your workstation where you can see the screen.
3) Optionally - turn on your Philips Hue programmable lights, and the app will change their color to blue/purple in response to your touches.
DO NOT USE AT NIGHT - this may confuse your biological clock and cause insomnia/longer time to fall asleep.
Please leave your FEEDBACK on the review page or the app's support website.
AMAZING FEATURES of this FREE APP:
+Immerse yourself in all shades of blue, and FEEL BETTER!
+KEEP YOUR SESSIONS CONSISTENT with countdown timer
+INTERACTIVE blue light light wallpaper - touch screen to produce ripples
+SOOTHING melody that can play forever
+Incredibly BLUE app - all interface elements use the color blue!
+KEEPING YOUR BRAIN ENGAGED with animation timer creates motion,
+REPLACES the need for dedicated lightbox with up to 3 Philips Hue lightbulbs.
****ABSOLUTELY NO ADS EVER!****
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This app is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any medical condition. Always consult your physician, psychiatrist or caregiver before starting any new programs, especially using free apps from the app store!
EASY AND FUN TO PLAY WITH!
Touch the screen to produce ripples. Move your finger to produce waves.
BLUE LIGHT THERAPY
Light therapy has been proposed for a variety of medical conditions, sometimes light is administered at a specific times, like early morning. This app uses low intensity light emitting diode lights, which are NOT EFFECTIVE FOR PSORIASIS!
Tired of looking at gloomy skies outside? Engage yourself in a splashy blue pool of light. Unlike any other light source, you can play with this interactive wallpaper.
SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER
Now you have a little piece of sky everywhere you go! Put this phone wallpaper next to your computer as you work and start the app. The ever-changing pattern of ripples will keep your brain from filtering out the light. Escape depression with an ever changing patterns of blue and white light therapy!
CIRCADIAN RHYTHM DISORDERS
Try this app after you wake up if you have a sleep disorder - blue light therapy has been shown to promote sleep/wake transition. The exact intensity and wavelength of such light is unknown. Maybe this app will shine just the right frequency to ask your brain to awaken itself!
WHATS THE CATCH?
Thank you for asking! I've developed this app for myself and like the results. I've read a lot about circadian rhythms and noninvasive ways to affect the brain. Light turns out is one of them!
I hope that this free app would help some people deal with yet another year of Seasonal Affective Disorder, but please understand that 200 lumen, white-light based backlight of iPhone may not produce the same results as 350-10000lumen dedicated light box
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Updated to work with Philips Hue lightbulbs - replaces the need to buy a dedicated lightbox!
-Just set up your Hue lightbulbs using the native Philips App, then Blue Light Therapy should find them and use them in session
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- Last changed:
- Nov 18, 2013
- Alexander Stone
- Average Rating:
- 4.50 (19)
- 9.9 MB
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