In this blog post, I'll tell you why blue blocking glasses can be life-changing for your daytime energy levels - for an absolute bargain.
You know the feeling:
You're getting up at 7 AM on Friday.
Just one more day until you can sleep in...
After telling your partner "honey, please don't talk to me" you're getting ready for your first cup(s) of coffee.
Maybe you're working from home or taking a (quick) trip to your job. After a few hours of waking up more and more, you're finally ready to crush your daily to-do list.
What if I told you that process of waking up can be done 10 times quicker?
What if you could jump out of bed, ready to conquer the day?
What if I told you that by increasing your sleep quality you'll be getting rid of needing to sleep in during the weekend?
If you're thinking "you must be kidding" then I'd hate to break it to you: I'm not joking!
What's the solution? Blue blocker glasses.
Did I get you curious?
Let's find out more...
Our ancestors only had access to fire and moonlight after sunset for their lighting. In time, humans started using candles and oil lamps for evening lighting purposes.
In the 1800s, finally, the light bulb was invented.
Since that time human beings have been using more and more artificial light in our homes, workplaces, and our environment in general.
Since a few decades, the introduction of television screens and billboards add even more light to your environment.
The problem, however, is that all that light has a downside.
When artificial light enters your eyes after sunset, a hormone called "melatonin" is suppressed in your brain.
You need melatonin, however, to go to sleep quickly, for deep instead of superficial sleep, and for staying asleep for longer periods of time.
I know what you're thinking:
"how can I go without artificial light at night? I want to enjoy my life and see my friends"
I'm not telling you to avoid seeing people such as your friends.
The solution, instead, is wearing blue blocker glasses - or blue blockers - after sunset. Blue blockers prevent the artificial light from entering your eyes at night.
There's one color of light that's especially harmful: blue light.
By blocking blue light from entering your eyes during the evening, your body will massively increase its melatonin production.
Your sleep pattern takes a 180-degree turn for the better.
So let's look at how better sleep translated to higher energy levels during the daytime:
Sleep is absolutely fundamental to our health. Sleep helps you recover from the daytime and reduces aging.
Without good sleep, you won't recover quite as well.
If you sleep poorly several nights in a row you'll even develop a "sleep debt". You can only repay that sleep debt by getting kick-ass quality sleep.
Again, wearing blue blockers at night massively increases your sleep quality. Improved sleep quality makes you recover much quicker so that you'll have increased daytime energy levels.
Our stylish blue blocker glasses
Each year 1.5 million Australians visit their physician because they experience fatigue. I estimate that the number of people who have low energy levels who don't visit their physician for that reason is at least 5 times as high.
That's 7.5 million Australians who experience fatigue or energy levels that are too low - or a third of all Australians.
With lower energy levels you'll feel worse, perform worse, and even look worse.
In a sense, those low energy levels are really sad - there's no reason to struggle through the day.
A pair of blue blockers can cost as little as $19.99 AUD.
Think about this question:
"how much more could you accomplish with higher energy levels?"
You literally need energy for everything you do in life: move, work, cook, communicate, exercise, think, to keep your heart beating, and everything in between.
All those activities will get better once you upgrade your energy levels.
There's no reason not to try blue blockers. Even though blue blockers are not well-known (yet), thousands if not hundreds of thousands of people are no longer ruining their energy levels due to poor sleep.
You'd be crazy not to try a pair of blue-blocking glasses right?
I fully agree.
There's no downside.
You deserve it...
 Shechter A, Kim EW, ... Westwood AJ. Blocking nocturnal blue light for insomnia: A randomized controlled trial. J Psychiatr Res. 2018 Jan;96:196-202. doi: 10.1016/j.jpsychires.2017.10.015. Epub 2017 Oct 21.
 Medic G, Wille M, Hemels ME. Short- and long-term health consequences of sleep disruption. Nat Sci Sleep. 2017 May 19;9:151-161. doi: 10.2147/NSS.S134864. eCollection 2017.
 Better Health Channel Australia. Fatigue
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