My favorite blue-blocking glasses for setting your circadian rhythm at night
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The phenomenon of setting your circadian rhythm – or your body’s internal clock – starts with watching the sun rise and ends with watching the sunset. In the mornings, that burst of blue light from the sun is energizing and actually helps turn off melatonin production in our body, causing us to feel awake. And since our bodies run on this 24-hour cycle, at night, the warming rays from the sunset start to trigger melatonin production, your body’s natural sleep hormone.
A simple way to help with natural melatonin production is by wearing blue-blocking glasses and avoiding artificial light at night. I love TrueDark because they’re comfortable, stylish, and designed to block junk light before bed.