Can light therapy help improve my sleep?

Sleeping problems are very common for adults. We’ve all felt the short-term effects of a poor night’s sleep, and you’re probably aware of the health risks associated with chronic sleep issues. What many don’t realize is the central role that light plays in our sleep cycle, and additionally, that some types of light are better and worse for healthy sleep.

In this article, we’ll cover the normal types of sleep, the consequences of poor sleep, and the clinical research that demonstrates how red light therapy can help reset your circadian rhythm and get more sleep.

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