Blue Light To Stay Awake, Red Light T...

Blue Light To Stay Awake, Red Light To Sleep

There are 2 comments on the The Fanatic Cook story from Dec 17, 2012, titled Blue Light To Stay Awake, Red Light To Sleep. In it, The Fanatic Cook reports that:

One of the tests coming up in the International Space Station is the use of various wavelengths of light to stimulate wakefulness and sleep: NASA To Test Space-Sleep Colour-Changing Lights Blue light causes alertness.

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Jackie Landsberg

Macomb, MI

#1 Dec 17, 2012
NASA might also want to try something that is available to everyone with a PC or an Android phone or tablet (and soon on iPhones and iPads too.) It is called the TrueTyme Natural Cycles Synchronizer, and a compete description of it is found on the TrueTyme.org site. You can also get your free TT4PC screen saver there, and more.

Love, Jackie
Trenton
#2 Sep 26, 2013
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