Do Blue Light Blocking Glasses Help With Your Biological Clock & Circadian Rythm? Thats a question we get asked every all the time. Everyone has a different circadian rhythms, the typical length is around 24 hours. Those of us who stay up late (night owls) is slightly longer than 24 hours, while the rhythm of early birds is shorter, under 24 hours.
Dr. Charles Czeisler of Harvard Medical School identified in 1981 that daylight is the mechanism that keeps a person wake and sleep schedule synchronised with the outside world so it makes sense that less blue light at night, can help regulate your biological clock. So the answer is yes, Blue Light Blocking Glasses can help. If you would like to see what Blue Light Blocking Glasses we have in stock, please visit our shop.