The Circadian Rhythm Begins HERE
To set the circadian rhythm, your eyes need bright light — every morning.
Typical indoor lighting isn’t bright enough — not to sync your circadian rhythm.
Sunlight, however, is powerful enough to restart your circadian rhythm each morning. In fact, your biology requires it.
When it’s cloudy — or winter — there are 2-3 light bulbs that can mimic sunlight for morning light.
The first step to fixing sleep is morning light every day — even if only for a minute.
Seeking morning light is one of the most restorative habits available to both prevent and reverse disease and find longevity.
- Morning light’s benefits run deep, spreading into every aspect of your daily life.
- Bright morning light is perhaps the most essential component of a day well-lived.
- Even one minute of bright morning light can begin syncing your circadian rhythm.
…If even one minute can begin syncing your circadian rhythm, consider this: 1o-20 minutes of morning light can be ten or twenty times more effective.