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Glasses for NIGHTIME

Discussion in 'Optimal Reset 2013' started by Claudia, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. opelecky@yahoo.com

    opelecky@yahoo.com New Member

    Thanks, Dr. Kruse. Contacts is probably a better option. I guess his major issue that he's not sick. Yet.
  2. veelansu

    veelansu New Member

    Yes, the orange glasses make me nauseous. But I put up with hoping it goes away soon. The benefits of getting to sleep without much delay is a great benefit. I hope it's temporary. :(
  3. Shijin13

    Shijin13 Guest

    If this is the case, can you skip all artificial light at night...
  4. veelansu

    veelansu New Member

    But then I can't read the forum :). I wouldn't mind the dark but I need to use my iPad.
  5. cinnamon

    cinnamon Gold

    iPads are evil! LOL I feel that way about any of the newer devices that can only get on the internet with wi-fi. How could they have designed them like that? Imagine how many people are creating their own wi-fi hotspots all over the place just to be able to get on their iPads and smartphones? They can (and do!) create wi-fi from a wired access point with a portable router like this one. Wi-fi: it's everywhere and it's inescapable.

    A grounded laptop or a desktop, hardwired into the internet (and with a wired external mouse and keyboard) is much safer. Of course, you still need f.lux and amber glasses to reduce the blue light coming from the screen.
  6. veelansu

    veelansu New Member

    I know it's evil, but I gave up all my computers except for the iPad when I first got it. I know it's bad and eventually I will ween myself off it, but for now, it's all I have along with my iPhone.
  7. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    ipads really are evil.... I react really negatively to mine....
  8. PaulG

    PaulG New Member

  9. caroline

    caroline Moderator

  10. Julie5

    Julie5 New Member

  11. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    That is good that you are so mellow!! I didn't tell you this before .......you need oxy twice a day to access the great pharmacy in the brain! It is kinda like getting a freebie....:)

    Have you watched the sex webinar and follow up Q&A?
  12. Julie5

    Julie5 New Member

    Caroline, the standard method that seems to be used by users of JK.com is against my moral principles. With hubby, yes. With self, no. THat is one area we work on, but twice a day? WEll, I will just have to rely on other aspects of the protocols to reset my body.
  13. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    Julie ... I think you have misunderstood a little. Of course oxy with a partner - hugging, kissing,touching, sex is amazing for your total happiness and wellbeing. Some of us don't have partners.....
    My DH passed away and the lack of touching and contact with someone you love is extremely difficult....but we do need to access the pharmacy in our brain....it is very necessary...
  14. Julie5

    Julie5 New Member

    Caroline, I guess I did misunderstand in part. I'm sorry about the passing of your husband.
    So it's not just orgasm? It's also human contact which generates loving feelings? Hubby and I were given a challenge some months ago by one of our ecclesiastical leaders: kiss no less than 10 times a day. That, of course, includes hugging. We don't have sex every day, though.
  15. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    Oxytocin can be released a number of ways. Smiling at a stranger, petting a dog, laughter. Maybe even looking at the rising sun? Seeing a natural wonder? The amount of oxytocin varies, of course.

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