Can I Wear Light Therapy Glasses While I’m Sleeping?

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Can I Wear Light Therapy Glasses While I’m Sleeping?

Light therapy glasses are beneficial for regulating circadian rhythms and boosting serotonin levels when used during waking hours or in dimly lit environments.

Written by Alex

Alex is an AYO Co-Founder with over a decade of experience in Circadian Health. His background includes technology, health & fitness, and marketing.

Light therapy glasses are designed for use during waking hours with eyes open or in the evening when there is no option for natural sunlight. They emit bright light that can help regulate our circadian rhythm and increase serotonin levels in the brain, which contributes to improved sleep quality and supports healthy body and mind function.

When we are exposed to bright light at the wrong time it suppresses the production of melatonin and can disrupt our natural sleep patterns. Moreover, wearing glasses in the dark can also cause eye strain and may disturb our sleep patterns.

Please, be aware that light therapy glasses should not be used as a substitute for conventional sleep aids or treatments for sleep disorders. They are meant to be used as a supplement, and should only be used as directed by your doctor, healthcare provider, or knowledgable professional.
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