HOW HIGH QUALITY BLUE LIGHT BLOCKING GLASSES SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVE QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF OUR SLEEP


HOW BLUE LIGHT AT NIGHT AFFECTS OUR INNER CLOCK AND OUR MELATONIN PRODUCTION

 

SLEEP-IMPACT ON ATHLETHES & SPORT PROFESSIONALS

 

SLEEP-IMPACT ON SPRINTER / RUN ATHLETES

 

SLEEP-IMPACT ON BASKETBALL PLAYERS

  • Overall better: A Stanford study of men’s basketball players who extended their sleep to 10 hours a night found several positive outcomes. The players ran faster in both half-court and full-court sprints. Their shooting improved by at least 9% for both free throws and three-point shots. The athletes also reported improved physical and mental well-being.

    Source - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3119836/


SLEEP-IMPACT ON SWIM ATHLETHES

  • Overall better: Male and female swimmers who extended their sleep to 10 hours also saw many performance improvements. Reaction times off diving blocks were faster, turn times were improved, and kick strokes increased. Times swimming a 15-meter sprint also improved. Additionally, these athletes experienced improved mood and decreased daytime sleepiness and fatigue.

    Source - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6988893/


SLEEP-IMPACT ON TENNIS PLAYERS

  • Increase in accuracy: Varsity tennis players, male and female, who increased their sleep to at least nine hours a week also performed better. The accuracy of the players’ serves increased significantly from about 36% to nearly 42%. The players experienced less sleepiness as well.

    Source - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26325012/

  • Decreased accuracy. After sleep deprivation, male and female tennis players had decreased serve accuracy of up to 53% when compared to performance after normal sleep.

    Source - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23916998/



SLEEP-IMPACT ON GENERAL MENTAL & PHYSICAL HEALTH