Blue Light, The Outdoors & Sunlight

As you step outdoors into the sunlight, the human eye is exposed instantly to several visible and invisible light spectrum's. Blue light and UV light is the most known of these spectrums; they enter our body through the eyes and skin. Initiating chemical reactions in our bodies both inside and outside. A well-known example from UV light is sunburn.Sunlight is part of the human race and has been for millions of years, like most animals on planet Earth. It plays an essential role in our survivability as well as being a major contributing factor in the global ecosystem. Sunlight synchronises

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Blue Light Blocking Glasses & Sleep

Before the invention of light bulbs, the human circadian rhythm was entirely in sync with the sun because night time light disruption was minimal. At night, exposure to devices emitting blue light is harmful to sleep and the circadian rhythm (the body's biological clock). Research has proven that Blue Light prevents body temperature from dropping during the night. A slowly decreasing body temperature is a critical process to which the body progresses into the stage of sleep. Blue light keeps the body temperature elevated at day time levels. Studies show that exposure to blue light, even when dim, can suppress

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Blue Light Blocking Glasses & Biological Clock or Circadian Rhythm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gU-JzVwx-2M 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

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