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  1. said:

    Nice post! We are actually working with authors of this study to develop a sleep mask to treat circadian rhythm misalignment during sleep! A major problem with the “absurdly expensive” light boxes you mentioned is that the attrition rate is high- even people who find them effective have a hard time sticking with the regime of sitting in front of a bright light box for 1-3 hours per day. In addition, in many cases, the time when your body clock is most responsive to light is at times when you are sleeping, so using millisecond pulses of light during sleep can actually give larger circadian rhythm shifts than continuous bright light. Our website is LumosTech.co, and we are starting product beta testing in November. Check us out!

    October 28, 2014
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    • Kit Perkins said:

      Hey Kristin,

      Thanks for sharing. That smart sleep mask looks very interesting!

      October 28, 2014
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