Good Morning America Features BioBrite SunRise Clock on Segment About Senior Citizens

GMA features the BioBrite SunRise Clock as a tool for helping seniors wake up naturally and gently.
By: Kirk Renaud
July 27, 2011 - PRLog -- BETHESDA, MD – The BioBrite SunRise Clock™ was featured on Good Morning America as a top alarm clock for senior citizens.

Older people often have circadian sleeping problems such as falling asleep early, waking too early and not being able to go back to sleep. This is due in part to the fact that they don't get outside very often and become exposed to natural light. BioBrite's dawn simulator can help them fall asleep and wake up naturally to get their sleep patterns back to a more normal cycle. Waking to light is also a great solution for older people who have hearing problems and can't use audio alarm clocks.

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A large time display, easy-to-find buttons and straightforward programming make it simple for those with low vision or dexterity issues to operate the SunRise Clock™.

BioBrite clocks use gradually increasing light to wake the sleeper up to their very own personal sunrise. Similarly, they help the user fall asleep to a simulated sunset. Getting a meaningful night’s rest results in better health, mood, concentration and memory.

It’s great to wake up peacefully and naturally to your own private sunrise.  In contrast, lots of alarm clocks wake you with loud, annoying noises that can actually stress your heart (and since most heart attacks occur in the morning hours, it is important to avoid unnecessary stress waking up).

BioBrite has several clock models available for all needs, preferences and budgets.  

For more information, contact BioBrite Inc. by phone at 301 961 5940 or  fax at 301 961 5943 or connect with BBI:

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BioBrite Inc. is an international therapeutic lighting company with more than 20 years of experience in the industry. BioBrite manufactures and sells a variety of dawn simulator alarm clocks and light therapy devices for those with sleeping problems or who suffer with seasonal depression.
Source:Kirk Renaud
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