Allay Lamp’s patented green light soothes and calms

NEWS – With all the stress and tension in the world in these unprecedented times, any opportunity for a bit of relief is welcomed by most of us.  The Allay Lamp may be able to provide that for you.  Allay Lamp’s patented light, discovered by a Harvard Medical School neuroscientist, is a narrow band of green light that is non-irritating and generates smaller electrical signals in the eye and brain.  This makes it uniquely soothing to your eyes and brain, even when you’re most sensitive to light.  It can be calming during bouts with a painful migraine, or any time, to help you back to reading, working, and being yourself.  It has one-touch controls for both brightness and power, an adjustable shade to direct the light where you want it, it can quickly switch between Allay mode (for headaches) and regular light, and it includes up to 32-hour battery life with full portability and charges with Micro-USB.  Allay Lamp is normally $249, but as of this writing is available for the reduced price of $149.  Visit allaylamp.com for more information or Amazon to order.

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