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Philips Wake-Up Light
How it Works
The light gradually brightens over a 30-minute period to simulate the sunrise, rousing you more naturally than the racket of an alarm clock.

"My bedroom curtains are great at blocking sunlight, but that means it's easier for me to oversleep. And it doesn't help that I usually hit the snooze button at least three times every morning. The warm light made waking up much more pleasant, and I didn't feel the need to roll over and keep sleeping." — Jihan Thompson, Health Editor


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