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    Does reduction in blue light help improve sleep?

    Is it true that eyeglasses which filter the blue light can help improve sleep?
    Where can I buy this type of eyeglasses?
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  • Dr Maree Barnes

    Respiratory & Sleep Medicine Physician

    Dr Barnes has competed specialty training in sleep medicine and is currently working at the Austin Hospital in Melbourne. Dr Barnes’ current research focuses are: … View Profile

    There is good evidence that exposure to blue light will help set your body clock to maintain alertness. The evidence to support filtering out blue light is less clear. You should see an experienced sleep psychologist before embarking on this treatment.

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