Wear your Ocusleep™ glasses 2 hours before you go to bed. The orange/amber tinted lenses will help your brain to release natural melatonin. Take the 14 days challenge! We guarantee you’ll fall asleep naturally, or your money back!
What is Ocusleep™?
Clinically proven, highly effective orange precision tinted lenses (available with your prescription) developed by eye doctors, to help you fall asleep naturally.
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I've worn blue light glasses before but Ocusleep is on a whole nother level! I'm literally on my phone all day &, of course, I have issues with sleep. Something that helps me to fall asleep is reading a book on my phone but being on the phone before bed causes issues with me waking up multiple times throughout the night, which leaves me feeling tired & cranky most days. When I had the opportunity to try Ocusleep through a free sample program I was super excited as these glasses are specifically made to wear before bed. I was a little nervous about the tint but after a minute (or less) I don't even notice it. I have the size small glasses & they fit me perfectly! The glasses are incredibly comfortable to wear, are lightweight but sturdy & very well made. I noticed an improvement in my quality of sleep after the second night of wearing the Ocusleep glasses. I actually fell asleep even faster than usual & I was able to stay asleep for 6 consecutive hours. A huge improvement from two to four hours of sleep & then having trouble falling back to sleep. The longer I wear these amazing blue light blocking glasses the more my sleep quality is improving. I wake up less throughout the night (no more than one time) & even sleeping straight through the night most nights. Now I wake up feeling well rested & refreshed each morning, which is a blessing! I highly recommend Ocusleep!
I put these on 2 hours before bedtime and they work. I did notice when I take them off and put sleep mask on with TV on with timer, the little light that did come in through bottom of mask would then get me to alert mode and I couldnt sleep. Now I just fall asleep with them on and when I wake up in middle of the night I take them off and slide my mask down. They dont look to bad. Husband calls me Janis Joplin when I wear them lol.
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Great product and over time I noticed I would fall asleep faster! The best of both worlds watching tv and not messing up your sleep cycle.
I tried ocusleep and it does actually help you fall asleep faster . I will wear them an hour before bed and they really do work . I will definitely recommend this product to my friends and family .
This glasses are amazing, I know you might think it's ridiculous just like I did, but they DO WORK I've always had trouble falling asleep I don't like using sleeping pills because I feel drained the next day, but this glasses actually work, I don't even wear them for the 2 hours because they actually work fast for me, honestly I'm AMAZED, but like I said you might have to try them to believe it!
So I was gifted these Ocusleep Glasses for free for my honest opinion. So when I first received them I pulled them out of the box and kinda chuckled a little cause I didn't see how these would help with the blue light that comes from any type of screen. So I tested them and I was completely surprised that the worked and how well they worked. What you do is wear them 2hrs before goin to sleep while your on a screen of some sort and It deflects the blue light so you eyes are able to readjust and you can fall right to sleep. When you don't wear these it takes so much longer for your mind and body to shut down after using any screens of any sort. I even had my kids try them out and it worked on them as well. So if you go on any type of screen before bed definitely try these Ocusleep glasses today there definitely worth it.
I never would have believed it if I did not try it for myself. Like many others, my brain races when I am trying to fall asleep. These glasses are genius. Within less than 5 minutes from my head hitting the pillow, I am out like a light. All I recall is laying down and then waking up. I am so grateful that I was able to try these. I am a true believer now.
I find that while wearing the Ocusleep glasses I felt I was more relaxed. I received this product as part of a 'free sample program', but only now am writing a review since I did not get it as soon as the shippers thought I did. I appreciate the opportunity to try something new to try to help me sleep better since I am a night owl and tend to have a different sleep time than the average person. (Nothing was mentioned in the offer that I would have to take a selfie; I don't take photos of myself.) I included a photo of the style I received. The colored lenses are not like the yellowish sunglasses I have bought in stores, AND the frames are light and comfortable.
I'm an early bird and a night night owl so usually I get about 4-5 hours of sleep per night. I ready that clinical studies have shown that blue and green light before bed can suppress the release of your bodies own melatonin which can make is very hard to fall asleep. So when @ocusleep wanted to send me a free sample of their Ocusleep glasses in OS-2 Medium I had to try them out. They are designed to block out Blue and green lighs from your phone, TV or Laptop, I've had them for more then a few weeks now both my daughter and I have been testing them since she has a really hard time falling asleep as well we both found that they do make a difference she noticed right away after her first tries and I started to notice a different after a week of wearing them, so basically you put them 2 hours before to plan on going to sleep, you take them off and close your eyes it you should be able to fall asleep very quick but if you happen to fall asleep with them on they are made with ultra light flexible material so they don't break. I'd recommend them for anyone that can't sleep but wants to have a more steady sleep schedule
I first would like to say that I received this ocusleep as a free sample. I have suffered from falling asleep since I work 3rd shift, when I started useing these glasses when I got home 3 weeks ago I was able to fall asleep in about 5 minutes from laying my bed on my pillow. My daily routine come home from work put my ocusleep glasses on make myself a nice breakfast and would be asleep within 2 hours after putting them on. I definitely will be telling my friends about this amazing product.
The ocusleep worked like a charm. I am so glad I received this and was able to use to get a good night’s sleep.
These glasses are amazing!! I’ve tried other glasses like these and they don’t seem to work as well as these do. I work on my phone all day long, so I’ve actually started using these during the day as well and they help keep my eyes from getting as strained as they normally would and I’m not getting as many headaches either.
I've been a proponent of blue light glasses for a while as they've helped me with severe eye strain and fatigue since my Lasix surgery in January 2020. These however kick the benefits of that science up a notch and also carried a significant emotional connection that I wasn't expecting...
My grandfather struggled with macular degeneration towards the end of his life and often wore yellow-tinted lenses to aid with driving as well as doing tasks with his hands that required a close eye. I asked him if they helped since they were a wild shade and he swore to me they did. Another thing he mentioned was they seemed to help him fall asleep more easily as his eyes weren't fatigued from trying to see through his failing eyesight.
When I saw these, I was skeptical if they would perform better than my regular blue light glasses. I'm thrilled to say they do in many ways...
I recently purchased a Cricut and have been trying to practice weeding (peeling away unusable vinyl from your design). It requires a lot of close hand-eye coordination and seeing able to see the lines more clearly. After the first time I wore these while weeding, I noticed that picking out the correct pieces seemed much easier because it a) brightened my view in my dim living room and b) the wash of yellow minimize the competing colors surrounding my project (much like how black and white TV makes you notice details that you wouldn't as easily if it were in full color).
That was Success #1.
The next test was whether it could stop my Kindle app on my phone from keeping me up late at night due to the brightness of the words (I set my app to black background years ago because a light-colored background strained my eyes too much). After using the glasses a few times while I read before bed, I noticed my eyes weren't as fatigued as usual and I was able to drift off to sleep much easier. The biggest difference came about 5-6 days into wearing them every day for reading, which was when I noticed it wasn't just a fluke or that I was simply more tired.
This counted as Success #2.
The last and biggest hurdle to make me believe these were legit was if they could help me stay asleep and therefore be more rested. About a week into this experiment, I slept more soundly and my eyes didn't feel nearly as tired before I drifted off to sleep as they did normally. I chose to wait to post this because I wanted to see if the reverse was true. For a week straight after I used these for the 14-day trial period, I didn't use the glasses at all. Within the first two days, I noticed my eyes were starting to have the same problems as before and I wasn't sleeping as well as I was after using the Ocusleep glass for the two weeks.
I call that Success #3 in the books!
It does take some getting used to (colored lenses) and I wouldn't use these while you are working on something that requires color change (graphic design, coloring book, etc.), but overall, I would highly recommend these to anyone who struggle with the eye strain and fatigue as well as having a difficult time falling and staying asleep because of these issues.
(NOTE: please excuse my silly TikTok filter pic :D I thought it was clearer when I took it!)
If you have trouble falling asleep at night, you are a good candidate to try Ocusleep glasses.
Ocusleep glasses are clinically formulated to block all blue and certain green wavelengths from artificial light sources that are responsible for disrupting natural melatonin release before bed. If you are having trouble falling asleep at night, Ocusleep glasses can help improve your body's natural ability to release melatonin, as well as lower internal body temperature. This will allow you to fall asleep naturally.
For most of us, our body creates the perfect amount of natural melatonin. There is no supplement that can replicate this source. If we take store bought melatonin, we are modifying the optimal amount our body requires. While short term usage is generally considered safe, there is question about long term safety. In addition
Most people will notice the improved ability to fall asleep within one week of wearing the glasses. We offer a 14 day Sleep challenge guarantee so If you are not noticing an improvement in your ability to fall asleep within 2 weeks, you can return the Ocusleep glasses for a full refund.
For best results, we recommend wearing the Ocusleep glasses at least 2 hours before your normal sleep time.
Ocusleep glasses are an important part of your overall sleep hygiene. Other easy steps you can take to help fall asleep are:
Sleep Hygiene is a hot topic in the medical community. There are many factors that may contribute to difficulties falling asleep. We always recommend that anyone who continues to have sleeping difficulty should consult with a medical professional to rule out other causes
While light of any kind can suppress the secretion of melatonin, blue light at night does so more powerfully. Harvard researchers and their colleagues conducted an experiment comparing the effects of 6.5 hours of exposure to blue light to exposure to green light of comparable brightness. The blue light suppressed melatonin for about twice as long as the green light and shifted circadian rhythms by twice as much (3 hours vs. 1.5 hours).
Notably, those wearing the glasses produced the same amount of melatonin as those exposed to dim light. The glasses largely canceled out the melatonin-suppressing effect of the bright light. Likewise, blue-light-blocking glasses have been shown to spur major improvements in sleep and mental performance. These glasses have also been found to greatly improve sleep in shift workers when worn before bedtime.
An earlier study of 20 adults ages 18 to 68 found that those who wore amber-tinted glasses for three hours before bed improved their sleep quality considerably relative to a control group that wore yellow-tinted lenses, which blocked only ultraviolet light.