Clinical Proof

Clinical research into the Litebook

Not only is light therapy a clinically proven method of treating various conditions, but the Litebook itself also has clinical research behind it. All of the articles below feature research into the effectiveness of the Litebook. Many other manufacturers will use statements such as "bright light therapy is clinically proven, therefore our product is". We wanted to ensure our specific product is proven to be effective, which is why the research below has been compiled.

CLINICAL TRIALS (PUBLISHED):

CLINICAL TRIALS (COMPLETED):

CLINICAL TRIALS (ONGOING)

Other clinical trials with The Litebook®, for a variety of other applications, are ongoing and pending:

Area of Study & Research Institution

  • 'Litebook Bright Light Treatment in combination with Moderate Exercise in Obese and Overweight Individuals: A follow-up study with exploration of mechanisms.'
    • Dr. Colin Shapiro PH.D., Toronto Western Hospital, Toronto, Canada
  • 'Chronobiology of Menopausal Depression'
    • Dr. Barbara Parry M.D., Dept. of Psychiatry, UC San Diego, San Diego CA
  • 'Wavelength Restricted Light Therapy for Fatigue in Multiple Sclerosis: A Pilot Study'
    • Dr. Elliot Frohman M.D., Ph.D. – University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX

Results of these trials, and additional clinical trials with The Litebook®, will be announced as information becomes available.

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