LED Light Colours That Can Help You Sleep

Imagine a car without fuel. I bet you would agree that the car would be as useless as a candle in a skull. This is exactly the same with the human body and sleep. Just as fuel is to a car, it is the same way sleep is to us as the body cannot survive without it.

The saying that emphasises that a thing you do at all is worthy of being done well is not news. On this note, it is important to emphasise the importance of good sleep as bad sleep is just as bad as no sleep.

Many for the longest period of time hold "the darkroom, great sleep" view. This simply means that many have downplayed the importance of light in having a good sleep. As you would see subsequently, light, especially LED night lights, play a very important role in having a good sleep.

It would interest you to know that there is a 24-hour internal clock of the body known as "circadian rhythm", which harmonises sleep. It is thrown off when the body is exposed to light, particularly bright light.

The effect of this is that the brain produces fewer melatonin hormones. Melatonin is a hormone that the body produces naturally and the lesser its content in the body, the less sleepy a person gets. When the melatonin level rises, drowsiness increases, and this hereby helps you sleep.

You might wonder about the importance of lighting to good sleep, as the previous paragraph gives a negative message about light and good sleep. However, it is "bright light" that is to blame for that.

 

Opt For Red Led Lights For Sleep Inducing Effects

While it is true that bright light may not induce sleep, it is essential to note that there are certain colour LED strip lights, especially red colour light, that do not have any form of harmful effect on the production of melatonin as they actually help you sleep better.

It is pivotal to add that certain colour LED lights, especially warm ones, have the potential to lull you to sleep as soundly and quickly as a sleeping baby to whom no lullaby was sung.

A light that emits red colour light wavelengths, that is, a red colour light, and even colour LED lights close to the colour red, accelerates the production of melatonin.

It should be noted that a mere red-tinted bulb does not pass as a red colour light in this sense. Studies have shown that red light therapy improves sleep level and melatonin level considerably as opposed to the "darkroom, great sleep concept", that is, the "no light therapy".

For instance, a 2012 study observed the effect of 30 minutes of nighttime red light therapy in a group of 20 female basketball players. It was found that the sleep quality, melatonin levels, and endurance performance of those who slept with LED light bulbs improved compared to those who did not sleep with any light on.

Similarly, a 2017 study on mice showed that red colour light at an intensity of 10 lux or more was more likely to induce sleep. This is why red light therapy is best for hospitals with insomnia patients. It was also noted that a personal preference in colour may also induce sleep.

In addition to that, a 2019 publication gave a detailed study of 19 people in an office environment. The researchers found the use of the combination of a red LED night light and ambient white light at noon and after improved circadian rhythm and increased alertness during lunchtime when many people were usually more energetic.

To spice it up, another 2019 study shows that saturated red light colour delivered through closed eyelids, at levels that do not suppress melatonin, may be beneficial in easing sleep inertia upon waking.

IPRGCs, the light-sensitive cells which are located in the eyes' retina, are very less sensitive to red light colour and this makes it very easier to sleep with LED red light.

Have you ever wondered why you find red lights in aeroplane cockpits and submarines? Why do you think astronomers and stargazers love carrying red flashlights?

Notably, unlike bright white light, which leaves you squinting and straining to see clearly at night, red LED bulbs are non-glaring and they help you see better at night because of this. Do you see why red light colour bulbs are found with them now?

We have different types of LED light bulbs, some of which are; the sleep aid Red LED light, JandCase C7 Red LED Bulb, E12 Candelabra Light Bulb, Kasa Smart Light Bulb, LED multicolour, and many other amazing LED night light choices at LED Supplier.

Our products are simply the best because they are cost-effective, long-lasting, adjustable to fit your particular want, easy to carry about, and most importantly, they are deeply sleep-inducing.

 

Other LED Light Colours You Can Opt For

There are other colours that you can choose that would not leave you tossing and turning all night in your bed. One of them is a soft and dull yellow, which creates a tranquil environment in any room, thereby making it suitable for sleep.

It also helps to relieve stress. When you are less stressed, the chances are higher that you would fall asleep. You might want to try a green LED light with some soft tone for sleep - blue light also, as it makes you feel very calm and peaceful. Low blue LED lights also facilitate the production of melatonin and promote healthy sleep.

 

Conclusion

LED Supplier supplies high-quality products to all our consumers all over the UK and other countries and gives our consumers the very best, as your satisfaction is our sole priority. We understand that just as air is important to your lungs, our products are requisite to your sleep.

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