Blue Light Questions
After noticing a difference since installing the f.lux application, I'd like to buy a pair of amber goggles to block out blue light in the evenings. I wear existing glasses so they have to fit over these. Can't find anything appropriate on... (more)
A lot is being said recently about how blue light LEDs have a similar effect to caffeine, and how effective it is at both disrupting your sleep schedule at night, as well as fixing it, by helping keeping you awake during the day. So, I would like... (more)
I am trying to find some glasses to wear at night that will block the blue light from my phone, etc. The only problem is that I would like a pair that doesn't make me look like a total nerd. Does anyone know if these glasses would do the... (more)
I read this earlier post discussing how great Uvex safety goggles were for blocking out blue light which helps improve sleep. They run about $10. I've seen glasses on the internet designed for blue light block that cost 7 times more. Does... (more)
Check out Uvex's absorption spectrum documentation. They claim that their orange lenses block very close to 100% of blue light. These are intended as welding safety glasses, so I'd expect that these are based on real data and are pretty accurate.... (more)
I bought the LowBlueLights fitover glasses in the smaller size, and they fit very comfortably (they don't feel small at all) but they have a HUGE gap on the top which lets in a lot of light. I have attached a picture below: As far as I can see,... (more)
I love candles--the soothing glow, the fascination of fire, the way they flatter people's faces, the lack of sleep-interfering blue-light. However, I have a cat and would really rather not having burning flames lying around just waiting to get... (more)
What are some good thoughts on how to reproduce the effect of candles using electric lights? Ideally the effect would have the same wavelength of light, similar intensity, etc. To reproduce candle light electrically, you need an incandescent... (more)
I've seen F.lux mentioned on a couple of paleo / primal sites recently - a free program to reduce the blue light from your computer screen so that you can get a more restful sleep at night. My problem isn't just with PC blue light, though; my... (more)
I've become a huge fan of f.lux for my laptop, but f.lux for iPhone requires a jailbroken device. has anyone heard of a screen film that is halogen tinted? I'd love to reduce the harsh blue light of my screen.
Once again I am asking on behalf of my girlfriend, Her sleep sucks, and it is really starting to bother her. She is 100% paleo, She has crappy digestion (taking HLC to help improve) She is currently doing a variation of Starting Strength... (more)
Melatonin can be very helpful for many people, but not everyone. One reason is a little known fact is that much of the melatonin we produce, like serotonin, is in the gut. According to one study it produces 400 times more than the pineal gland... (more)
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