Sleep Glasses – 100% Blue Light-Blocking

blue light glasses

Do you ever have trouble falling asleep at night?

Your phone, TV, and computer could be at fault.

Even the lights in your home can make falling asleep more difficult.

All of these items produce white light made from the combination of the full visible spectrum of colors.

It’s the blue light wavelength specifically, that’s responsible for keeping you awake by preventing your body’s organic production of the sleep hormone melatonin.

Your Brain and Melatonin

Health Benefits of Melatonin

Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone produced by the Pineal Gland and has been shown to inhibit the aggregation of crucial proteins that are normally present in the brain.

As the evening sky darkens, the absence of blue light from the sun triggers the pineal gland to inject Melatonin directly into the brain, telling your body it’s time for bed.

However, exposure to unnatural blue light prevents the pineal gland from activating, thus reducing melatonin production and making it difficult to fall asleep.

Why Block Blue Light?

Studies have shown that blocking blue light in the hours before bedtime aids in your body’s natural production of melatonin. This leads to improved sleep quality, revitalizing your body and readying you for the following day.

Beyond providing a good night’s sleep, melatonin is one of the body’s vital disease-fighting antioxidants, now known to be crucial in combating certain forms of cancer, diabetes, obesity.

It’s also known to ease the symptoms of other medical conditions such as bipolar disorder, insomnia, and even aid in Alzheimer’s prevention.

By properly incorporating sleep glasses into your nightly routine you can enjoy melatonin’s powerful health benefits.

How to Use LBL Sleep Glasses

LowBlueLights Sleep Glasses are designed for use in the evening to effectively block 100% of damaging blue. By maintaining a blue-free environment, natural melatonin production will begin well before bedtime, even though your eyes are not in darkness. 

With only blue light blocked you can still do usual evening activities such as reading, or watching your favorite TV shows. However, these activities won’t hinder your body’s natural melatonin production.

Furthermore, your Sleep Glasses should be worn while awake at night to prevent the loss of benefits gained earlier in the evening. For example, turning on a bathroom light will tell your brain it’s time to wake up and make returning to sleep difficult.

If you prefer not to wear Sleep Glasses in the middle of the night, we recommend using our Amber Night Lights or Mini Amber Flashlight to safely navigate around your home in the dark.

Blocking Blue-Light is incredibly beneficial, but consistency is the key. By routinely eliminating your exposure to blue light in the evening and waking up at the same time every morning, your body synergizes with the natural day/night cycle to establish a proper circadian rhythm.

By maintaining a healthy circadian rhythm and supporting your body’s natural melatonin production, LowBlueLights sleep glasses, and blue-light blocking products, aid individuals living with bipolar disorder in improving their sleep and avoiding manic episodes.

Shop Our Blue-Light Blocking Sleep Glasses

Our LowBlueLights Sleep Glasses are designed to improve sleep and are guaranteed to block 100% of all harmful blue light. Their lenses are shatter-resistant, hard-coated to prevent scratching, are designed to be worn as they are.

Our Fitover Sleep Glasses are designed to be worn over prescription & reading glasses.

If for any reason you’re not 100% satisfied within 45 days of receipt, your purchase will be refunded.

Scientific Resources

This illustrates one of many reasons to improve health by maximizing natural melatonin by controlling light. It’s from the 2017 paper “Mechanisms of Melatonin in Alleviating Alzheimer’s Disease

Mayuri Shukla,1 Piyarat Govitrapong,1,2,* Parichart Boontem,1 Russel J. Reiter,3 and Jutamaad Satayavivad4