How does light therapy can help my sleep?

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Our levels of Melatonin, a hormone produced in our brain, vary over a 24-hour cycle and increase at night causing us to feel sleepy. Modern lifestyles and other factors, however, interfere with this natural cycle. Light exposure regulates the body clock. The light suppresses the body’s production of Melatonin, enabling us to change the time we feel tired and therefore change our sleep.

Light Therapy (or Phototherapy) involves exposure to specific wavelengths of light for a prescribed amount of time at a specific time of day.

Our Special device, Re-Timer naturally helps you adjust back to your preferred sleep time. Thirty minutes of Re-Timer in the morning will assist you in falling asleep earlier.