How successful people are improving their effectiveness and health with one simple tool!

According to the health research organization Scripps, adults spend on average 11 hours in front of some sort of screen per day. In the same research article (which is listed below), they list the detrimental effects this amount of screen time has on our body, such as headaches, eye strain, insomnia, generally reduced sleep quality, and mental fatigue, all of which are caused by harmful blue light. 

Lately we’ve seen many successful business executives and professional athletes jump on the trend of using blue light filtering glasses. One of those is the Norwegian super talent Erling Braut Haaland who had this to say in an interview with Red Bull this fall; "We are always trying to do everything better and are looking for things that help me and can make me even better. Alexander advised me to wear glasses in an evening that filter blue light out from television and mobile phones. That has a positive impact on the sleep hormone melatonin – which helps me to sleep better and my body to recover better. He really knows his stuff in these areas, and he has become a great friend who I trust.". 
 

How can they help your effectiveness? 

Study #1:

Not only will the reduced headaches, eyestrain and mental fatigue make you more effective, but a Cambridge conducted study proved that the people that used blue light filtering glasses over time performed better on memory and pattern tests versus when they were given placebos.

Improved Health

Study #2:

In another study, scientists looked at the effects of blue light on human eye cells. After exposing the human eye cells directly to blue light for 3 minutes they found a reduction of 50%! They conducted the same experience with blue light filtering glasses and the reduction was only 15%

Sleep

Blue light has such a profound impact on your sleep simply because it directly affects your body's production of the sleep hormone melatonin. ... Melatonin is responsible for making you feel sleepy, and blue light suppresses the production of this important hormone.
The pineal gland in our brain secretes melatonin, a hormone that helps regulate your sleep-wake cycle and increases about two-to-three hours before bedtime to help you sleep. Blue light can delay the release of melatonin, which can shift our ability to fall asleep (some studies show up to three hours!)

How to solve this problem?


We understand that for many of us it is impossible to reduce our screen time to a sufficient extent, this is why we want to offer you an easy way to protect your eyes and energy. With our blue light filtering glasses your eyes will be able to withstand 2-3 times more screen time compared to when you're not wearing these glasses. So try them now, with a 100% money-back guarantee!
If you want to improve your sleep quality, reduce headaches, increase brain function while you're doing it - why not try them out for yourself?

 

 

sources:

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-the-international-neuropsychological-society/article/neuropsychological-function-response-to-nocturnal-blue-light-blockage-in-individuals-with-symptoms-of-insomnia-a-pilot-randomized-controlled-study/263344B173DF74F0E71E7F0331E99649

https://www.scripps.org/news_items/6626-how-much-screen-time-is-too-much

https://www.endocrine-abstracts.org/ea/0063/ea0063P652 

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-54311-x

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