Why are people so desperate for a good night’s sleep? Or, why aren’t they getting enough of it? Consider common daily habits that have evolved over time:
That last one is very important to acknowledge because science has shown that the blue light from the LED screens on electronic devices interferes with the body’s ability to produce melatonin, the hormone that helps you sleep, and it can actually accelerate blindness over time.
So, what’s the cure for better sleep?
In today’s marketplace, there are numerous solutions for people who can’t sleep, from sleeping pills to sleeping coaches, mattresses to musical or white-noise machines. Of these, sleep drugs seem to be the most commonly used and the greatest cause for concern because they come with a laundry list of dangerous side effects. They merely act like a band-aid, masking the underlying issue(s) of why you can’t sleep in the first place.
We’re here to provide you with a more holistic approach to getting great sleep at night and boosted energy throughout the day. That means taking more control of the light in your environment so that your body stays in sync with its natural circadian rhythm. Read More >>
Enough with the sleeping pills and temporary band-aid fixes for immediate sleep! Let’s get serious about your short and long-term health. Get your mind and body back on track with your circadian rhythm naturally by taking control of the light around you. Doing so will prompt greater focus and attention during the day, as well as faster, deeper sleep at night.