Teravan Somnus I Blue and Green Light Blocking Glasses



    Research References:

    In 2001 a flagship academic study was released that indicated blue light can impact sleep/wake cycles in humans. Blue light disrupts your sleep, however it has also been shown that green light can too. Studies have shown that green light also disrupts melatonin production.

    In conclusion, this study characterizes the wavelength sensitivity of the ocular photoreceptor system for regulating the human pineal gland by establishing an action spectrum for light-induced melatonin suppression. The results identify the 446–477 nm portion of the spectrum as the most potent wavelengths providing circadian input for regulating melatonin secretion.