Blue light and sleep don’t mix.

Perhaps you’ve heard that your smartphone can interrupt sleep. Or that “blue” LEDs are harmful and “warm white” lighting is good.

Though there is some truth to these statements, reality is much more nuanced.

Why reduce blue?

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Even if you have no trouble falling and staying asleep, nighttime blue light still interferes with your body's nightly repair processes. This can have negative consequences in the short and long term:

  • Fatigue

  • Accidents/mistakes

  • Increased signs of aging

  • Depression

  • Heightened cancer risk

Use Bedtime Bulb as part of a healthy evening ritual.

It’s not just blue. It’s also green.

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There are several lighting products that claim to reduce, or even eliminate, blue light. But sleep is also influenced by green light, as shown in the gray area of the above graphic.

Bedtime Bulb reduces both blue and green to levels lower than incandescent, halogen, and LED sources, promoting healthy sleep.

At the same time, the light produced by Bedtime Bulb is warm and comfortable. It’s light that you’ll want to use in the evening to establish a healthy nighttime ritual.

Learn more about Bedtime Bulb.


Want to learn more? Take our free Blue Light Mini Course.

This short (~20 minute) video course will teach you:

  • Exactly how blue light interferes with sleep

  • How to reduce blue light on your devices

  • How to reduce blue light at home

The lessons are about 5 minutes each.

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