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Red Eyes At Night, Sleeper's Delight? · 9:11am Dec 6th, 2016

It's said that cutting down on the amount of blue light your eyes see before you try to fall asleep can help you get to sleep faster. I've been using an RGB light bulb set to 'red' ( http://www.dx.com/p/marsing-r3-e27-3w-200lm-cob-led-rgb-bulb-w-remote-control-white-90-260v-331312 ) and the Redshift app on my computer ( http://jonls.dk/redshift/ ); and just today in the mail, I received my brand-new pair of prescription glasses with reddish-tinted lenses ( http://www.zennioptical.com/550011-metal-alloy-full-rim-frame-with-spring-hinge , $10 for the frames, $5 for the tinting, $10 for shipping a half-dozen different pairs).

In other words - in order to sleep more soundly, I'm literally looking at the world through rose-coloured glasses.

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Does it work?

For me? Still too early to say - I've literally just had one night with the glasses. But I'm hopeful, given all the reports that can be found on Google.

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