Melatonin plays an important role in regulating circadian phase shifts. The sun rises later in the fall and winter and nightfall arrives much earlier and this disrupts the timing of melatonin release in patients with Autoimmune inflammatory Immune Responses, Metabolic syndrome, Seasonal Affective Disorder, or producing disruptions to reproductive health and fertility.
Melatonin has been shown to have direct effects on ovarian function. Melatonin also has a role in the pathophysiology of endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and premature ovarian failure (POF).
Blue Light Vibrationally induces Chemicals to drive Metabolic reduction of Melatonin.
Melatonin is dose dependent, e.g. High Melatonin is TH17 immune system stimulator. You do not want an overactive Th17 immune system. Especially if you are experiencing an unregulated (autoimmune) immune response. The blue light treatment system offers effective, rapid, convenient and well-tolerated reduction of inflammatory and non-inflammatory immune responses and has been shown to reduce bacterial numbers.
This is also how Blue Blocker glasses work, but the opposite response. The same can be said for drugs and supplements. Just insert them in the appropriate place and forget the meme that the body will just get rid of the excess. It does not always work that way.
Use the lamp starting around the Fall Equinox when normal Melatonin levels begin increasing.
Our professional advice:
1. Place the lamp in room where you do your morning routine. Do not look directly into light.
2. Keep lamp away from your eyes.
3. To find the best comfort/effectiveness level with your lamp, start off with 50% light intensity for 10 minutes; after a few days, move to 50% for 20 mins; then 50% for 30 mins. Now you can experiment with 100% for 10 mins, then 20 mins, then 30 mins. Choose the intensity/time level that best suits your blue light therapy objectives and comfort.