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lowbluelights.com bulbs ???

Discussion in 'Redox Rx' started by Anneh, Jun 9, 2018.

  1. Anneh

    Anneh Gold

    Hello everyone,

    I am really hoping to get some help from you guys?

    In terms of illumination in the evenings, it seems that people are discussing red lights and black lights (and candles and no lights). And from what I can tell Dr. Kruse also doesn't use them, so there must be a reason for that. But I am wondering why people are not using bulbs from lowbluelights.com, as they claim to prevent blue light spectrum, and they are linked to on the Jack Kruse website.

    Thank you so much in advance for sharing your wisdom and experience.

    Anne
     
  2. Anneh

    Anneh Gold

    Ok, after a LOT more reading, I am going to assume it's because whatever blue blocking capacity they have, the lux is just too high in them. (I just measured all the different ones I own with an app and the lux is quite high on the regular bulbs. Even on the nightlight and the booklight it is potentially high enough to disrupt melatonin, although I'm still not completely sure about that?.)

    I noticed a big difference in my head (migraines and eye pain) from using these bulbs. I simply can't have white lights on in the evening -- they make me sick, so these bulbs have been a big improvement that way. However, the lowbluelight.com bulbs are still quite bright, and I have not noticed any improvement in sleep from using them.

    So onward and upward as I continue to reduce and modify the light in my environment at night.
     
  3. shiran

    shiran Curious

    hey
    It is important at night to protect the eye with eyeglasses and skin with clothing
    Artificial light is not optimal only sunlight is optimal and correct for us
    I personally and since I do not live alone uses the
    https://lowbluelights.com/product/12-led-gooseneck-usb-light-copy/
    I adjust and reduce the light to a minimum possible by a long press behind..
    When I put on my UVEX glasses on The light from the lamp does not change and it means that there is no blue light in it
    Me and the children also go to sleep very early an hour after sunset so I do not have much dealing with the darkness just going to sleep is the best for us..
     

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