Lighting Science Good Night™ Biological LED Lamp
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Want a better night’s sleep? As reviewed on Amazon: Did you know the light bulb that’s been in your bedroom lamp since…well…forever just might be getting in the way of your body making melatonin – the hormone that helps you fall asleep? Many people spend $200 a year on sleeping pills or up to $1200 on sleep therapy. It’s time for a better solution.
The Good Night™ LED light bulb, originally developed for NASA astronauts on the International Space Station, lets melatonin do its thing and helps to regulate your body's natural circadian rhythm. So when you’re ready to sleep, your body is too.
- Supports your body's natural melatonin production - a hormone necessary for a good night sleep.
- Regular light bulbs suppress melatonin and emit less of the awake hours "blue sky" waves.
- Helps to promote a healthy circadian rhythm by assisting you in falling asleep faster, staying asleep longer, and getting a more restful night sleep.