1600 S.E. 141st Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98683
Seasonal Affective Disorder Success Story
Sherrie Baxter, the company founder, is a Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) sufferer and user of light therapy. Her knowledge and appreciation of light therapy is your guarantee of scientific integrity and consumer protection.
A Note From the President:
Nineteen years ago, I was a research subject in one of the original studies showing light therapy successfully treating Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) or the winter blues. I feel fortunate to have learned about light therapy so early in the research of SAD. Light boxes made it possible for me to enjoy winter and I have had 18 years of seasonal depression free northwest winters. Light therapy has effectively given me back 5 months out of each year. My desire is to make it possible for everyone to have access to effective light therapy by designing Bio-Lights to strict scientific standards and keeping them affordable. My hope is that the one month trial guarantee encourages you to try it for yourself and see if it will help you as much as it has me.
Satisfied Customers Say:
"After using my Bio-Light last winter, I had the energy to send out Christmas cards for the first time in 20 years." H. B. Vancouver, WA
"It really helps me get up and alert early and I have never been able to do that before. I think everyone needs one." D. B. Aloha, OR
Enviro-Med provides the most affordable research quality light box available. Enviro-Med, a Washington based company, designs, manufactures and markets the Bio-Light brand of light boxes. Clinically proven, Bio-Lights are used in research centers, hospitals and homes worldwide for the treatment of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Enviro-Med also provides consulting services, informational talks and research updates about light therapy for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), sleep disorders, shift work and PMS.
DISCLAIMER: Enviro-Med cannot offer medical advice or recommend which individuals should receive light therapy for seasonal affective disorder, winter blues or other conditions. We advise that light therapy for seasonal affective disorder, winter depression or other conditions be prescribed by a physician or other qualified health care professional and duration and timing supervised by the same. Consult with your physician to rule out any ophthalmological or other conditions that might preclude the use of light therapy.