New! MindSpa PureGreen™
Sleep Enhancement Pain Management Glasses
Designed specifically for evening use
Designed specifically for evening use. Recent published research has shown that the specific frequencies of green light we are utilizing in these glasses actually help to promote better sleep.
Additional research is also suggesting that these frequencies may reduce the severity of headaches and migraine-associated pain by as much as 20%. Recent research is also suggesting that green light led therapy can help in the management of chronic pain. We are just introducing these glasses based on this research.
We suggest using them either with eyes closed or at reduced brightness levels for maximum comfort with eyes open.
You will receive our generous 90-day evaluation period to try them out. If you are not completely satisfied, you may return them for a full refund less shipping.
We are excited to introduce this add-on accessory to our loyal MindSpa customers! These have a lot of potential to help people. We are relying on your feedback! Let us know what you think!
Recent green light research links
- Light affects sleep. A study in mice shows that the actual color of light matters; blue light keeps mice awake longer while green light puts them to sleep easily.
- Most migraine and post-traumatic headache sufferers find their headaches get worse in light, leading them to quit their most fundamental daily tasks and seek the comfort of darkness. A new study reveals that exposing these headache sufferers to pure-wavelength green light significantly reduces their photophobia, or sensitivity to light, and can even reduce the severity of their headaches.
- Light makes migraine headaches more painful and induces negative emotions and unpleasant physical sensations except for pure green light.
- In the study, rats with neuropathic pain that were bathed in green LED showed more tolerance for thermal and tactile stimulus than rats that were not bathed in green LED.
Video Requires Flash: 98 second news story
A story about a migraine sufferer who was part of a small study using green led light for 15 minutes three times per week to relieve her debilitating condition. She is now off her meds and continues to use the therapy after the study's conclusion.
A small test group claimed their pain from migraine and fibromyalgia dropped 40% - 50%. This video also offers an interview with the authors of the study; Dr. Mohab Ibrahim and Prof. Rajesh Khanna, Ph.D. from the University of Arizona.
We believe the addition of pulsed therapy with green led light therapy holds great promise for sleep and potentially, pain management.