Good Night Light Bulb is Biologically Corrected to Put You To Sleep



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Getting some quality shut-eye might just be a little easier with this LED light bulb from Definity Digital. Good Night is set to give you just that, thanks to light specifically tuned to not disrupt your circadian rhythm.

Ideally, melatonin gets produced at night, in darkness, when you’re supposed to be getting ready for sleep. Thing is, the last century of technological development has made our surroundings less than ideal. Some of the electric light we use after sundown falls into the blue range of the spectrum, which inhibits melatonin production and makes it harder to fall asleep, essentially by tricking your body into still thinking that it’s daytime.

The Good Night bulb is an LED bulb that minimizes blue light, emitting light that you can use at night that won’t disrupt your body’s natural melatonin production. The bulb is equivalent in power to a 60 Watt incandescent bulb, and is very cheap in terms of energy costs – Definity Digital estimates it at $1.45 more on your electricity bill per year.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like you can get the Good Night online – you’ll need to find a dealer close to where you live and buy one the good old fashioned way.



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