“Bright light therapy is a simple, self-administered, inexpensive treatment with few side effects (which) further establishes the efficacy of bright light therapy for combat-related PTSD.”S., Greenville, SC
“Combat-related PTSD can be reduced by regulating and improving soldiers’ sleep patterns with light therapy. Measurable benefits can be produced through exposure to 10,000 lux 30 minutes a day. This is particularly relevant for light visor use; they are relatively simple, easy to use, inexpensive compared to therapeutic alternatives, and have few side effects.” Science Daily
“I’m in the US Army, and I wake up before the sun every day. Needless to say, I don’t really get enough sleep, but the SunRise clock makes getting out of bed much less painful. Not only does it make my life more pleasant, I think my soldiers appreciate the difference in my early-morning mood as well!” LT., U.S. Army DMZ, Korea
“The SunRise Clock has made a tremendous improvement in my mood and energy level” G.S., Logan,Utah
“I just wanted to let you know that your SunRise clock really works! It’s as good as reveille and it’s small enough to pack in my duffle, so it goes wherever I go. Everyone who has seen it wants to know where I got it and how they can get one. They even get up early just to watch it light up. I travel a great deal in my position, crossing many time zones in short time frames, and this little clock seems to keep me getting up on time in the morning in each one, and that’s what’s important to me. I think it’s great!
Sgt.Mjr, Ft. Belvoir, VA