With so many of us having problems getting to sleep and staying asleep, it’s no wonder that sleep technology is a huge market for product research and development.
GE is launching new light bulbs that are supposed to help us get our circadian rhythm back in sync.
Visit GElighting.com or find them on Twitter @GElighting
Definition of circadian rhythym: https://www.psychologytoday.com/basics/circadian-rhythm
Lots of us look for ways to help us get sleep. Yoga, meditation, exercise, sleep aids, biofeedback, nature sounds, special mattresses and pillows, you name it. We try it.
But what if, with the touch of a button (or an app), we could adjust our sleep deficits? For those that are handicapped, disabled, have illnesses or chronic pain that prevents a lot of physical movement, wouldn’t this light bulb be an amazing help to them? You betcha!
Think about a baby or crying child that has problems sleeping at night; could this technology help them? Maybe. It’s possible.
What about those with Alzheimer’s? ADD? Addictions? Restless leg syndrome? Cancer? Autism?
The list could go on and on. The potential seems limitless, and the possibilities are mind blowing.
Here’s a Tweet from Entrepreneur about GE’s new bulbs: https://twitter.com/Entrepreneur/status/659782391788142592
These light bulbs are a genius idea in my opinion, and I’d love to try them out but the cost is a bit pricey at this point. Usually, after R&D costs are recovered product prices go down. So I think I’ll have to wait on this one.
What are your thoughts on this? I’d love to hear what you think. Leave me a comment below.