Yes, I have tried YumaLite, and currently use it. I didn’t see the commercial you mentioned, feotu, but I heard about YumaLite through a friend who also suffers from low mood and low energy during the winter, or whenever it’s cloudy and rainy out. I bought the product online at [url=http://www.yumalite.com]http://www.yumalite.com [/url]on her recommendation and actually really like it.
I bought it because light therapy with a traditional ligthbox has worked for me in the past—lighttherapy really does work, and there’s a scientific reason for it. Actually one of the reasons I decided to give YumaLite a try was that I saw Dr. Dave, who I know from TV, endorsing it and explaining how it works.
The problem for me with my old lightbox was that I never had the time to sit still in front of it, which is why it’s now buried under a bunch of junk in my garage. A lighttherapy device I can walk around with works perfectly for me. It’s helped me a lot. It’s simple and easy to use and it works well, at least for me and my friend.
So this is the real deal as far as I’m concerned.
I’m not buying something that looks as if it might give me eyestrain.
I do agree daylight has an effect on us but I think it’s overly simplistic to claim this gadget will fix our moods. I’d say it would be more effective to keep in touch with people and have a healthy social life. Plus diet has a big impact on our health.
You’d get value from getting involved in a club or some other activity. Even keeping a nice and tidy environment at home.
So even though I haven’t tried this product it just looks like a waste of money to me.