Lámparas diurnas

En interiores pasamos demasiado tiempo sin exponernos a la luz intensa del exterior. Una alternativa para pasar horas en la oficina es utilizar esta lámpara de luz intensa (10.000lux).

Despertadores lumínicos

Por la mañana, es más natural utilizar un despertador lumínico que sea programable, utilice sonidos naturales y ayude a crear un despertar progresivo. Además, es perfecto como luz tenue antes de dormir.


Pulseras de actigrafía

Gafas y pantallas


  • Melatonina liberación prolongada
  • Melatonina liberación rápida – efecto sinérgico con magnesio, triptófano, etc.



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