There’s been alot of talk about the effects of Blue light and what it does for our sleeping patterns. Blue light tends supresses melatonin. Our bodies need melatonin. Blue light is part of the light spectrum in sunlight but it is also found in light from artificial lighting from incandescent and fluroresent bulbs or tubes. Televisions and computer screens also produce this light.
By exposing yourself to this light in the evening, you are confusing the hormones in your body, in particular melatonin which is produced in the absence of light. The presence of melatonin enables your body to ready itself for sleep and allows you to feel sleepy!
A team of three scientists out of John Carroll University, developed LOW BLUE LIGHTS GLASSES. The threesome, combined have a century work of experience in high level physics and have one more than 100 U.S patents among them.
The effectiveness of the LOW BLUE LIGHTS products has been wonderful for our customers. Customers tend to buy one pair of glasses and maybe a light bulb, and we tell them, we will give you 30 days to try these products out, if they don’t work, we’ll give your money back!
These customers will contact us, but rather then returning their purchases, they want to purchase more…. for their spouse and for their friends and other family members who are also experiencing difficulties sleeping.
The product has expanded. There are a number of Glasses in different styles from the Celebrities to the Traditionalists. There are light bulbs, night lights and reading lights as well as screens for your computer and television. You can see full list of LOW BLUE LIGHT products here
Whether you’re experiencing discomfort sleeping because of possible sleep disorders, insomnia, sleep deprivation, various mood disorders, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), post partum depression or many of the other health issues related to low melatonin levels can benefit from these products.
The CBS Early Morning Show featured Low Blue Products. Please click here to see the segment courtesy of CBS News : http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7358743n&tag=mncol;lst;1
The CBS 2 News Sleep Week Interview with Dr. Jeffery Rose, New York
Fantastic video on how the blue component of light affects sleep by suppressing the body’s melatonin production.
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If you are in Canada and would like more information on Low Blue Lights please contact us at info@Heatinc.ca or by phone 416-538-9898. If you would like to place an order you can do so on our website http://www.heatinc.ca/low-blue-lights/ and if you purchase, remember you have a 30 day money back guarante!