Lumie Light

Are you a shift worker, on a FIFO roster, dislike waking up in the dark, wake up tired, lack of energy and suffering from fatigue? Try resetting your bodyclock with a Lumie wake up light alarm.

Please contact Rhonda Barbut at Wake Up Bright on 0487 335 397 Email: admin@wakeupbright.com.au or visit www.wakeupbright.com.au or www.lumie.com

A Lumie Bodyclock also known as a Wake-up-light or Dawn simulator, is an alarm clock that wakes you up with a gradual brightening light, naturally re-setting your sleep/wake cycle to help you feel refreshed, alert and energised all day. The sunrise effect is a natural cue for your body to reduce the production of sleep hormones, such as melatonin and gradually increase the levels of those that help you get up and go (cortisol). Waking up with light everyday will help to keep your sleep/wake cycle on track. This product is classed as a medical device in Europe and is popular with people suffering insomnia, depression, lack of energy and seasonal affective disorder.

Like most people today, we have busy long schedule which means we need to start your day early. This constant routine of waking up early, especially during the dark winter months, can eventually take its toll on your performance as your circadian rhythm (the physical, mental and behavioural changes that follow a roughly 24-hour cycle, responding primarily to light and darkness in your environment) falls out of synch with your day leaving you feeling tired and sluggish.

Research suggests that using a bodyclock can boost mood, productivity and energy levels. Each morning it resets your circadian rhythm helping to keep your sleep/wake cycle on track; at night, the fading sunset is the natural way to wind down and a great product for children.

LUMIE HELPING YOU TO SHINE

Despite the fact that we spend such a large proportion of our lives asleep and its importance to our health, wellbeing and safety, the nature of sleep and the disorders that affect it are not well understood by our community. For more information about sleep disorders click on the link below

www.sleephealthfoundation.org.au/brochures.html