Blue light at night can be very disruptive to sleep because they suppress melatonin production. That's why we removed these wavelengths from our Wind Down bulbs and Get In Sync fixtures (when dimmed to the low setting). Even the sun emits blue light wavelengths during the day, which is beneficial to energy, alertness and feeling awake. So, we don't recommend blocking blue light. Instead, we recommend exposure to blue light for specific times of day.
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- Does Brilli contain "bad blue light?"
- Do Brilli products emit blue light that is considered "good" blue light?
- Is the blue light in Brilli Charge Up light bulbs safe for my eyes? Do I need a blue light blocker?
- Why is the blue light in Brilli Charge Up light bulbs considered good?
- How quickly will I notice the positive effects of blue light?
- What is the difference between good blue light and bad blue light?
- I keep reading about the negative effects of blue light. What’s all the hoopla?