Deep Sleep: The Key to Performance

Sleep and anxiety issues are common the night before a race and can have a detrimental effect on performance the next day. Reducing night-time exposure to blue light is critical to achieving healthy sleep and peak performance the following day. In addition to sleep quality benefits, limiting night time blue light exposure to a safe level also improves mood, enhances clarity and focus, and improves recovery over multi-day training sessions.

Boost Morning Energy and Alertness

Sometimes we just can't get a good nights sleep - maybe the pre-race jitters are too much, or the start time of an event is unusually early. Remarkably, the benefits of blocking blue light at night are maintained even when someone gets less than optimal sleep. To understand this better, the Circadian Light Research Center measured the incidence of mistakes and sleepiness scores at 5AM after a sleepless night. The data found that by removing circadian-disruptive blue light at night, a 67% reduction in mistakes or errors and 50% reduction in excessive sleepiness was reported the next day.

Get Blue Light Right for Peak Performance

With today's advances in technology access and the drive to compete at the highest level, it is no surprise that elite athletes have been among the first to adopt use of circadian blue light glasses at night. Successful integration of blue light glasses to protect circadian health requires the glasses to block the correct wavelengths, and to be used consistently at the correct time.

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