One of the key benefits of our flagship products, the blue light blocking glasses, is the ability to affect the quality and onset of your sleep.
Every single person has a circadian clock which is located in the anterior hypothalamus in the brain and is “responsible for generating biological” regularities.This internal clock that everyone has is incredibly sensitive to light intensity corresponding to the time of day.
When there is light out and that light hits your eyes, your brain sends a signal to your body to let you know that it is time to go to sleep.
Melatonin is one of the hormones that is produced directly as a result of these biological regularities.
When your eyes are exposed to artificial light forms, such as the screen of a smart phone, your brain tells your body that right now is the time to stay awake. As a result what happens is that your brain suppresses the production of melatonin for as long as you are exposed to the light.
Since many people tend to stay on their smartphone screens while they try to fall asleep, of course to escape the boredom which is the blackness of sleep, they end up being trapped in a cycle which will be very familiar to you. You get ready for bed only to swipe on your phone and play a game but you find the longer you play the harder it is to fall asleep. You are not alone in this feeling for you see the very act of staying on your phone and exposing your eyes to the harmful blue light is what is keeping you awake.
Recently scientists researching the matter have discovered that blue light blocking glasses have therapeutic value in helping with insomnia to fall asleep faster and stay asleep for longer and it doesn’t even require any risky medications or expensive cognitive therapy.
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