Clinically proven, highly effective precision tinted lenses developed by eye doctors, to help you fall asleep naturally.
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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
I have to say, I was hesitant to try these at first, but after finding out that this formula was developed by eye doctors, I was much more at ease with giving it a shot. OMG I’m really glad I did. Ocusleep has helped me to relax and wind down at night, priming me for a great night’s sleep.Melissa W.
It took a couple of days for me to get used to the tint but once I did, I now forget that I even have them on. Every night, I dim the lights, and put my glasses on about 2 hours before I want to go to bed. I go about my normal routine and by the time I go to bed, I can hardly keep my eyes open!Roberto G.
My Ocusleep glasses have made a huge difference in my overall sleep quality. I normally struggle to fall asleep, but using these sleep glasses for a few hours before bed has sped up that process! I would definitely recommend these to anyone who is in front of screens all day.Sabrina P.
I wanted to make sure that I would wear these glasses every night to get the full effect. Not only did their 14 day challenge help keep me on track to make sure I wore these every night, but it also helped me establish a routine going forward. By the end of the challenge, I already knew that this product is for me. Not only does it help me fall asleep, but it helps me sleep well, which is a lot more important to me.Steven O.
I highly recommend that everyone at least give this product a try. They offer free shipping and your money back if you’re unhappy, which is what made me try it. I figured I had nothing to lose and everything to gain because I suck at falling asleep at a normal time. From what I’m reading it’s much safer than over-the-counter meds and supplement pills and the science is just as solid. Nice to finally get a full nights sleep every night.Mariana T.
I’ve never really slept well, and my mom, who also has trouble sleeping, suggested that we try this product that came highly recommended by her doctor (who also uses Ocusleep by the way). I put it on, and fell asleep on the couch, 2 hours in, still wearing them lol. I called my mom the next day to find out the same thing happened to her! We’re so glad Ocusleep was recommended to us, now we recommend it to everyone else.Timothy Z.
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.