A new LED light has been created specifically to help babies sleep.
Created by the Lighting Science Group Corporation, the Sleepy Baby™ LED lamp doesn’t produce any blue light that signals us to stay awake, this allows the baby’s body to produce melatonin essential for getting a good night’s sleep. The technique is taken from the lighting technology developed by NASA to help regulate the sleep and wake cycles of astronauts on the International Space Station.
Director of Lighting Research at Lighting Science Group, Robert Soler, said:
“As a scientist and the father of an infant myself, it was important to me to develop a biologically correct LED lamp that could benefit my family. Utilizing the ground breaking, collaborative research we did with NASA for our Good Night LED lamps, we biologically tailored it to work to support healthy infant circadian rhythm development and sleep cycles. Your baby can now utilize our light to fall asleep faster; stay asleep longer; and fall back to sleep quicker if awakened for late night feedings or changings. This product takes full circle Lighting Science’s dedication to provide healthy LED lighting and promote the advancement of biological lighting in the global environment.”
CEO of Lighting Science Group Corporation, Ed Bednarcik, said:
“The Sleepy Baby™ light, as well as all our complementary biological lighting products, truly exemplify Lighting Science’s commitment to advancing the science of the power of light in our world. Whether it is helping infants develop proper circadian rhythm, encouraging proper development and growth, or helping weary parents get a good night sleep, our team of scientists and researchers are always looking for ways to advance the science of biological lighting. Sleepy Baby™ is a natural step for us in the growth of our biological light product line and we are thrilled to bring this outstanding technology to the global marketplace.”
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