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Simulate natural light and improve sleep through specific blue light

How does light affect our sleep rhythm?

Influenced by the light-dark cycle, our sleep-wake cycle is regulated by non-image-forming retinal photoreception. When we are in an environment with strong lighting, our pineal glands block the secretion of melatonin, thus keeping us awake. At night, our pineal glands secrete higher levels of melatonin to help us fall asleep.

1Retina
3Pineal gland
2Suprachiasmatic nucleus
4Visual cortex

Advanced sleep
improving technology

Principle

Sleep optimization through the use of lighting is a physical sleep adjustment method reported by AASM in relevant documents, as well as a method pointed out in the Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Insomnia in China.

Application

In 2012, NASA (USA) performed an experiment to prove that light has a strong suppressive effect on the secretion of melatonin, but no influence on vision and action.

Advantage

Based on the research conducted by Johns Hopkins University over 14 years, this product adopts international Class 1 non-imaging visual biomedical technology and has significant advantages compared to the use of conventional medicine. It does not cause side effects or lead to addiction. Furthermore, it is also more environmentally friendly and produces better results.

Advantage

Based on the research conducted by Johns Hopkins University over 14 years, this product adopts international Class 1 non-imaging visual biomedical technology and has significant advantages compared to the use of conventional medicine. It does not cause side effects or lead to addiction. Furthermore, it is also more environmentally friendly and produces better results.

Principle

Sleep optimization through the use of lighting is a physical sleep adjustment method reported by AASM in relevant documents, as well as a method pointed out in the Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Insomnia in China.

Application

In 2012, NASA (USA) performed an experiment to prove that light has a strong suppressive effect on the secretion of melatonin, but no influence on vision and action.

Advantage

Based on the research conducted by Johns Hopkins University over 14 years, this product adopts international Class 1 non-imaging visual biomedical technology and has significant advantages compared to the use of conventional medicine. It does not cause side effects or lead to addiction. Furthermore, it is also more environmentally friendly and produces better results.

Principle

Sleep optimization through the use of lighting is a physical sleep adjustment method reported by AASM in relevant documents, as well as a method pointed out in the Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Insomnia in China.

How does PEGASI improve sleep?

Sleep disorders

Modern life involves the use of mobiles, computers and fluorescent lamps, etc., which leads to reduced secretion of melatonin. Our habits of staying up late and sleeping late have also caused disruptions to our circadian rhythm and led to the development of sleep disorders.

Regulation of melatonin

PEGASI smart sleep glasses simulate natural light using patented illuminant module. When light signals are received by photoreceptors, feedback is sent to the pineal gland, which then suppresses the secretion of melatonin.

Promote sleep

The secretion of melatonin is relatively constant in human bodies. When users put on PEGASI, melatonin secretion will be suppressed over the day, therefore leading to increased nocturnal levels of melatonin and better sleep quality.

Promote sleep

The secretion of melatonin is relatively constant in human bodies. When users put on PEGASI, melatonin secretion will be suppressed over the day, therefore leading to increased nocturnal levels of melatonin and better sleep quality.

Sleep disorders

Modern life involves the use of mobiles, computers and fluorescent lamps, etc., which leads to reduced secretion of melatonin. Our habits of staying up late and sleeping late have also caused disruptions to our circadian rhythm and led to the development of sleep disorders.

Regulation of melatonin

PEGASI smart sleep glasses simulate natural light using patented illuminant module. When light signals are received by photoreceptors, feedback is sent to the pineal gland, which then suppresses the secretion of melatonin.

Promote sleep

The secretion of melatonin is relatively constant in human bodies. When users put on PEGASI, melatonin secretion will be suppressed over the day, therefore leading to increased nocturnal levels of melatonin and better sleep quality.

Sleep disorders

Modern life involves the use of mobiles, computers and fluorescent lamps, etc., which leads to reduced secretion of melatonin. Our habits of staying up late and sleeping late have also caused disruptions to our circadian rhythm and led to the development of sleep disorders.

Academic grounds

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Spectral Responses of the Human Circadian System Depend on the Irradiance and Duration of Exposureto Light

[Joshua J. Gooley etc.]

In humans, modulation of circadian rhythms by light is thought to be mediated primarily by melanopsin-containing retinal ganglion cells, not rods or cones. Melanopsin cells are intrinsically blue light-sensitive but also receive input from visual photoreceptors. We therefore tested in humans whether cone photoreceptors contribute to the regulation of circadian and neuroendocrine light responses. Dose-response curves for melatonin suppression and circadian phase resetting were constructed in subjects exposed to blue (460 nm) or green (555 nm) light near the onset of nocturnal melatonin secretion.

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How Blue Light Affects Mental Health

[Christine Dearmont, Legacy Supply]

There are both direct and indirect connections between light and mood. When one of our three types of photoreceptors, ipRGCs, directly respond to light, their projections reach certain brain regions that affect emotion. (Think, does a sunny day make you feel happy?) However, it is the indirect connection to certain systems that, when disrupted, are believed to contribute to mood disorders. The systems that are indirectly connected to light and linked to mood disorders include disruption of sleep, brain plasticity, neurotransmission, hormone secretion, and gene expression.

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Sunlight and Sleep

[The National Sleep Foundation]

Light is a powerful guide for your body. In part through the connections between the eyes and the brain's biological timekeeper, light rays influence chemistry and behavior and keep us in sync with the ebb and flow of the day.Think about it: humans evolved spending a lot of time outside, where they were exposed to light beginning with the rising sun. In our modern world we spend more time indoors, but sunlight still helps regulate our sleeping patterns.

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Green Light Affects Circadian Rhythm

[Harvard Medical School]

Boston, MA – It has been previously shown that blue light plays an important role in impacting the body’s natural internal body clock and the release of hormones such as melatonin, which is connected to sleepiness, by affecting photoreceptors in specialized cells in the eye.  In new research from Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH), researchers have found that green light also plays a role in influencing these non-visual responses. This research is published in the May 12 issue of Science Translational Medicine.

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Spectral Responses of the Human Circadian System Depend on the Irradiance and Duration of Exposureto Light

[Joshua J. Gooley etc.]

In humans, modulation of circadian rhythms by light is thought to be mediated primarily by melanopsin-containing retinal ganglion cells, not rods or cones. Melanopsin cells are intrinsically blue light-sensitive but also receive input from visual photoreceptors. We therefore tested in humans whether cone photoreceptors contribute to the regulation of circadian and neuroendocrine light responses. Dose-response curves for melatonin suppression and circadian phase resetting were constructed in subjects exposed to blue (460 nm) or green (555 nm) light near the onset of nocturnal melatonin secretion.

Document icon

How Blue Light Affects Mental Health

[Christine Dearmont, Legacy Supply]

There are both direct and indirect connections between light and mood. When one of our three types of photoreceptors, ipRGCs, directly respond to light, their projections reach certain brain regions that affect emotion. (Think, does a sunny day make you feel happy?) However, it is the indirect connection to certain systems that, when disrupted, are believed to contribute to mood disorders. The systems that are indirectly connected to light and linked to mood disorders include disruption of sleep, brain plasticity, neurotransmission, hormone secretion, and gene expression.

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Awards

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Certificates

National High-tech Enterprise

CSRS Member

Innostar Award 2018

2019 CES Annual Innovation Award

Electronic Industries Award 2018

Aisa CES Annual Innovation Award

Shenzhen Gift

National High-tech Enterprise

CSRS Member

Innostar Award 2018

2019 CES Annual Innovation Award

Electronic Industries Award 2018

Aisa CES Annual Innovation Award

Shenzhen Gift

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