The blue light wavelengths emitted by TV, computer or smartphone screens, as well as by the new generation of low-energy light bulbs, suppress your production of melatonin, the hormone that regulates your sleep patterns.
Blue light is 100 times more active on the light-sensitive receptors in your retina than the white light from traditional light sources, for the same intensity of light.
The high-tech GoodNight® glasses filter and block this high-energy shortwave light. This protection allows your body to resume production of melatonin. And you’ll find that you quickly resume natural sleep as well.