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TOP HEALTH Prize 2022, France

HEALTH.COM Sleep Awards 2023, USA

Chosen by NIKE for athletes at the 2023 Women's World Cup, Australia

Chosen at the 2024 GRAMMYs, gift to VIPs

Chosen for OSCARS 2024 gift to VIPs

Chosen by the sports therapists of CF Montreal, Ohio Columbus Crew, New Mexico United, North Carolina Charlotte Football Club

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Calibrated to optimal intensity, emitting pure red light of a precise wavelength at 630 nanometers for 14 minutes (the average time to fall asleep), then gradually fades out ensuring a smooth transition to darkness so no disturb sleep. A complete cycle of 28 minutes.

Used by doctors and sports professionals

" The red wavelength of light has the most beneficial effect on your sleep by helping to improve melatonin secretion. I particularly like the Helight because not only does it allow you to sink into the correct length of light. red light wave to naturally help you fall asleep faster, stay asleep longer and improve the quality of your sleep , but also in a simple, practical and easy way to integrate into your routine . Being a person who "I travel a lot, I like that it's portable. So I can use it when I'm on the go to sleep better and help me recover from jet lag faster ."

- Dr. Angela Holliday-Bell

Pediatrician and sleep expert

I HAVE TO SAY THAT I FALL ASLEEP QUICKLY AND HAVE LESS SLEEP INTERRUPTIONS.

LEONARD ZAICHKOWSKY, Ph.D. Retired Professor, Boston University, Performance Consultant

THE RED LIGHT DEFINITELY WORKED FOR ME.

ARTHUR J. TING, MD Orthopedic surgeon and sports physician

THIS DEVICE CHANGED MY LIFE REGARDING SLEEP. USING A BIOMETRIC RING, I WAS ABLE TO OBJECTIVELY MEASURE AN IMPROVEMENT IN DEEP SLEEP.

KARAM AL HAMDANI, Chief Therapist of CF Montreal

A NEW FRONTIER

Thousands of studies have demonstrated the beneficial effects of light on the human body, specifically photobiomodulation. But it was only in 2012 that the publication of a study on the positive effect of red light on the sporting performance of basketball players revealed an improvement in the quality of sleep. This is a new frontier in the search for solutions to sleep disorders. According to some scientific discussions and articles, including those from NASA, exposure to specific wavelengths of light can significantly influence our biological sleep and wake cycles.

2017 opening of the Helight Center in Montreal. The first center in the world dedicated to photobiomodulation using red light therapy. People who come for pain relief or even aesthetic improvement say they sleep better. An unexpected side effect that inspires us.

We bring together engineers, experts and a French doctor specializing in sleep. Three years later, we will have developed a patented protocol which aims to improve the quality of sleep: Helight Sleep.

mindbodygreen tested Helight Sleep for 30 nights with the OURA biometric ring

"I wake up rested and feeling energized all day! This little sleep aid should be on every nightstand"

- Carleigh Ferrante mindbodygreen, Dec. 2023

LIGHT AND SLEEP

Exposure to light plays an essential role in regulating our circadian cycle. The phenomenon was exhaustively studied by NASA in the 1960s. Historically, humans have always synchronized their sleep rhythms with nature , rising at dawn and going to bed after sunset. However, modern lifestyles and the advent of electrification and artificial lighting, more recently predominantly blue LED lighting, have disrupted our natural sleep and wake rhythms , leading to insomnia and various sleep-related problems. sleep.

INSPIRED BY NASA

ScientificAmerican.com , by Katie Worth

NASA hopes to solve at least part of the problem – the disruption of normal circadian rhythms – with new lamps… each with a subtly different hue: white light is for general vision; colder light, shifted towards blue, promotes alertness… and warmer light, shifted towards red, triggers drowsiness (useful at bedtime).

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/casting-light-on-astronaut-insomnia-iss-to-get-sleep-promoting-lightbulbs/

Harvard medicine Magazine, by Elizabeth Dougherty

NASA is so convinced of the importance of restful sleep that, when it upgrades the lighting on the ISS in 2014, it plans to install programmable LED lights that will allow astronauts to maintain a regular day-night cycle in changing the lights from blue to green to red as the day progresses.

https://magazine.hms.harvard.edu/articles/blues-cues

SPACE.COM, by Elizabeth Howell

Over time, lack of sleep can cause irritation, depression, nausea or errors... To solve this problem, NASA plans to replace the fluorescent bulbs in the orbiting laboratory with a set of LEDs switching between a bluish, whitish and reddish light, depending on the time of day.

https://www.space.com/18917-astronauts-insomnia-light-bulbs.html

more than just a red light

Only Helight Sleep emits a precise narrow-band wavelength (630 nanometers) with a calibrated timing protocol , diffusion and intensity that predisposes the body to the production of melatonin, a hormone that regulates sleep, helping individuals to fall asleep faster and enjoy deeper, more restful sleep.

Red light at 630 nm is emitted for 14 minutes at optimal intensity and diffusion. The light fades out gradually for another 14 minutes, ensuring a smooth, uninterrupted transition.

It turns off automatically after 28 minutes.

Meticulously calibrated, this 28-minute protocol reflects the natural light cycle at the end of the day, warmer light at sunset, biologically interpreted by the brain as the time to fall asleep.

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