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Melatonin and Insomnia: you've heard the terms, but         
probably haven't connected them with light. The                
importance of light to sleep is scientifically proven. The     
brain operates on an internal clock, or circadian                
rhythm, which light and darkness regulate. Too much        
light or darkness at the wrong time, and it throws off our    
circadian rhythm, preventing us from feeling sleepy at       
the right time, or causing us to feel sleepy at the wrong     
time.
Each of our products is scientifically proven to work with    
the body's internal clock to improve the timing and             
quality of our sleep.
Stops light from
computers and TVs
from keeping you up at
night, easing insomnia.
These eyeglasses help
melatonin be produced
at night so that you
can fall asleep easier.
Without the
wavelength of light
which "alerts" the
brain at night.