Good Night® Lightbulb

by  Lighting Science

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Description

Want a better night’s sleep?

Did you know the light bulb that’s been in your bedroom lamp since…well…forever just might be getting in the way of your body making melatonin – the hormone that helps you fall asleep?

Many people spend $200 a year on sleeping pills, or up to $1200 on sleep therapy. It’s time for a better solution.

The Good Night® LED light bulb, originally developed for NASA astronauts on the International Space Station, lets melatonin do its thing and helps to regulate your body's natural circadian rhythm. So when you’re ready to sleep, your body is, too.


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About Lighting Science

At Lighting Science, we believe lighting should work with our bodies and the environment, not against them. That’s why our LED lights are engineered to do more than simply light up spaces. They can actually help you sleep. Or keep you focused. They can even protect endangered wildlife. And they do it all while saving energy, costing less, and looking great.