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09 November, 2021

Daylight Savings Time: Light Up Your Evenings and Beat the Winter Blues with Lamps and Light Therapy Products

Daylight Savings Time has come to an official close as we head into the darker months of winter, bringing with it an earlier end to the daylight. With darker evenings comes a need for adequate light to brighten up our nighttime indoor activities. It also promotes a need for Light Therapy products, which help combat Seasonal Affective Disorder and the winter blues.

Whether eating dinner with the family, reading by the fire, or enjoying a puzzle, lamps with different brightness levels are needed to guide you in the evenings as we get used to earlier nightfall. From LED floor lamps to LED desk lamps and LED task lights, we have all the Lamps needed to customize light in every situation. We also offer a wide variety of lighting products that are specifically designed to help those with low vision.

In addition to Lamps, MaxiAids carries Light Therapy Products that are designed to help people who suffer from seasonal depression (Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD) or the winter blues. Light therapy products mimic natural daylight in order to alleviate the symptoms associated with seasonal depression.

Dual Head LED Floor Lamp with Tablet Stand

2-in-1 LED Sewing Machine Light

Clarify LED Desk Lamp

Travel LED Task with Digital Display

Entice LED Desk Lamp- Wired

LED Desk Lamp with Charging Station

Dimmable LED Task Lamp, White

Sunrise Wake-Up Light Therapy Lamp

Light Therapy with ClearSun LED

Day-Light Classic Plus Light Therapy System


Browse MaxiAids’ large selection of Lamps and Light Therapy Products for the darker days of winter as Daylight Savings Time officially comes to an end. We get an extra hour of sleep, but earlier nightfall requires a new need for alternative sources of light. All above products are available at or call 1-800-522-6294 for information.