By Daniel Coughlin, Jan 14, 2013
If you're feeling low, a gadget treat could be just what you need. Perk yourself up with our pick of mood-lifting gizmos.
Waking up to a screeching alarm can be miserable, especially when it's dark and cold outside. Start each day in a better mood and invest in this far less traumatising wake-up lamp to ease yourself out of your slumber.
Get the Lumie Bodyclock Go Wake-up Lamp now for £75
De-stress after work with this bargain shiatsu massager by HoMedics. It combines Japanese-style massage with soothing heat to help melt your cares away.
Get the HoMedics SBM-215H-GB Shiatsu Massager now for £59.95
Also ideal after a hellish day at work, pop your tootsies in this blissful Beurer foot spa and you'll be in heaven in an instant.
Get the Beurer Massage Foot Spa now for £46
Tucking into comfort food can really help perk up your mood. And nothing beats the comforting aroma and taste of a freshly baked loaf. Go for the easy option and invest in this breadmaker by Breville.
Get the Breville Antony Worrall Thompson Breadmaker now for £58
Help rid your space of scratchy negative vibes and magic up a calmer ambience with this air purifier and aroma diffuser.
Get the Bliss Aroma Diffuser now for £36.96
The EmWave 2 is a clever biofeedback device that works by picking up on your heart beat, prompting you to breathe deeper for a less tense, more relaxed mind and body.
Get the EmWave 2 now for £159
An invigorating power shower can put a fantastic spring in your step, whether you go for budget model or top of the range pick.
Browse power showers here
Whether you're a SAD sufferer or simply craving more daylight, this handy illuminated box from Sunrise Systems should brighten up the dullest January day and help lighten your mood.
Get the Sunrise System i-Lite SRS 300 Light Box now for £79.95
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