Welcome to another Blue Light Diet Declassified video post. In this series, we reveal some of the video training and tips that you get to see when you enroll in our Blue Light Detox Program or read the Blue Light Diet book.
In the video below, you will learn why the traditional orange tint blue blockers are not good enough for optimal night time protection from artificial light at night.
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SO as you learn in this video, orange tinted blue blockers still let some of the melatonin suppressing green light spectrum in through the lens. While you can see better in orange tints which makes them great for driving at night or going out to dinner, if you want complete protection at night you need a pair of green AND blue light blocking glasses.
We test and recommend many great pairs of green and blue light blockers in The Blue Light Detox program. You can find the glasses used in this video at ...
Ok so I have a few favorite blue blockers but the EMR Cyclops glasses are tied for my favorite "out of the box" green and blue light blocking glasses.
These are the kind of glasses with red lenses for nighttime use. The red lenses block blue and green light.
The scratch resistant coated red lenses in the EMR Cyclops glasses block 99.99% of light from 400nm to 550nm. They also lock 90% of the light from 550nm to 570nm. This wavelength range includes the violet, blue and green light spectrums and is more than enough protection to ensure your melanopsin photoreceptors are safe and melatonin is not suppressed and instead runs smoothly throughout the night.
You can get these glasses here http://www.bluelightdetox.com/emr
Watch this short video below and then I'll dig into some more EMR Cyclops details below the video.
As you can see, the overall EMR glasses look pretty cool. They are not big and bulky but at the same time, the red lenses cover a lot of area around your eyes.