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Win a Philips Wake-Up Light for brighter mornings

philips-wake-up-lightThe days may slowly be getting longer as we make our way further into February (OK, a little), but many of us still find it difficult to get out of bed in the morning without pressing snooze. In order to make the waking up ritual a little bit easier, one of our partner websites, Black Dog Tribe, has teamed up with Philips to give away one of its popular Wake-up Lights to two of the community’s supporters.

Philips’ range of Wake-up Lights has been specially designed to help those who suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), which is a medical condition known to reduce energy levels and possibly even cause depression in the long run as a result of light deficiency.

This latest device is both a lamp to help combat SAD and a traditional alarm clock, helping you to wake up in a peaceful and more natural way. It has a ‘sunrise’ mode, which means that the light comes on gently around half an hour before you need to get up by and gradually increases its intensity until you wake up naturally, just like it would if the sun shone in through the curtains. If you’re still not awake during the sunrise period then the alarm will make sure you get up with your favourite tunes instead.

The Philips Wake-up Light sells for between £84.99 and £132.77, and you can find out more about it in our review here.

To be in with a chance of winning all you have to do is go to “Like” the Black Dog Tribe Facebook Page and tell the team in the comments who you would most like to wake up next to tomorrow, Valentine’s Day, 14th February.

The competition closes this Friday 17th February 2012 at 23:59, so you can still enter after Valentine’s Day too!

Black Dog Tribe is one of Connected Health’s partner sites. It’s a community where you can read more about mental health issues, blog about your personal experiences and join in on the conversation to break the stigma around mental health.

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