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Lydia Butler Wins the Psychreg Contest


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Last 27th April, Psychreg launched a contest where we asked you to leave a comment on any of the blogposts on Psychreg or Psychreg Podcast. Participants were also required to like the Facebook page of Lumie

We would like to thank everyone who joined the contest. The contest came to a close this 31st May, and we finally have a winner: Lydia Butler from Derbyshire. 

This is the second contest that Psychreg launched and we are grateful that Lumie sponsored us to give the winner 1 Lumie Bodyclock Starter (RRP £59.95). Last February Derek Barry from Cambridge won £30 worth of Amazon voucher.

Lumie Bodyclock is the original wake-up light, also called a dawn simulator. It wakes you gradually with increasing natural light. This is a signal for your body to ease production of sleep hormones (e.g. melatonin) and increase those that help you get up and go (e.g. cortisol). Wake-up lights help to keep your sleep cycle on track, boosting mood, energy and productivity levels all day.

Lumie is Bodyclock is packed with following features:

  • 30 minute sunrise wakes you naturally
  • 30 minute fading sunset helps you to wind down for bed
  • Dimmable lighting for use as a bedside light
  • Sunray effect
  • Snooze feature
  • Back-ups: optional alarm beep, power failure back-up

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