Studies and Media Articles

There are literally hundreds if not thousands of studies and other articles of covering the subject of how blue light interacts with our biology. Whether it is through the eyes or through the skin, or from the sun or artificial sources, blue light has unique properties that has a direct correlation to our health. Here we provide links to some of the material. We will keep this up to date as we come across new information.  



Evening wear of blue-blocking glasses for sleep and mood disorders: a systematic review - 24 May 2021

Morning and Evening Blue-Enriched Light Exposure Alters Metabolic Function in Normal Weight Adults


Melatonin, sleep disturbance and cancer risk. (2009)


The Effects of Blue Light on Ocular Health


Light at night, chronodisruption, melatonin suppression, and cancer risk: a review. (2007)


Use of modified spectacles and light bulbs to block blue light at night may prevent postpartum depression. (2009)


Circadian disruption, sleep loss, and prostate cancer risk: a systematic review of epidemiologic studies. (2012)


Treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder insomnia with blue wavelength light-blocking glasses. (2013)


Breast Cancer and Circadian Disruption from Electric Lighting in the Modern World. (2014)


Blue Blocker Glasses as a Countermeasure for Alerting Effects of Evening Light-Emitting Diode Screen Exposure in Male Teenagers


Visual impairment and circadiam rhythm disorders


Mechanisms of Melatonin in Alleviating Alzheimer’s Disease. (2017)!po=4.89865


Blue-blocking glasses as additive treatment for mania: a randomized placebo-controlled trial.  (2016)


Blue blocker glasses as a countermeasure for alerting effects of evening light-emitting diode screen exposure in male teenagers. (2015)

Light exposure at night disrupts host/cancer circadian regulatory dynamics.


How blue light affects us in Aotearoa - Royal Society Te Aparangi


Blue Light Aotearoa - Royal Society Te Aparangi


Light from electronic screens at night linked to sleep loss


How Artificial Light Is Wrecking Your Sleep, and What to Do about It