BETTER LIGHT
MEANS BETTER SLEEP

The Uopia Nightlight uses custom low energy LEDs engineered to help you sleep better.

HOW DID YOU SLEEP LAST NIGHT?

Pairing the latest research in sleep science with advancements in LED technology, we have developed the perfect nightlight specifically designed to help you get the most out of your sleep.

The Uopia Nightlight produces warm light with minimal amounts of the blue wavelengths that are known to negatively impact sleep quality. Use our light throughout the night and you will fall asleep faster and achieve more REM sleep. Using energy efficient LEDs and a sleek design, the Uopia Nightlight is engineered to provide hassle-free lighting for decades.



Low Blue Light


The nightlight produces warm light with minimal levels of light in the 460-480 spectrum in order to reduce the impact of artificial lighting on circadian rhythms.

Brightness Control


Our custom LED has a color rendering index (CRI) of 80, which means more accurate colors and higher quality light compared to single color LEDs. We use the highest quality components and testing procedures to ensure every nightlight last for decades.

Energy Efficiency


The Nightlight consumes approximately 1W of energy. Our product uses a feature called automatic daylight harvesting. It adjusts it's light output when ambient lighting increases. Thus when sunlight or overhead lighting turns on, the nightlight turns off.

Quality Light


Our custom LED has a color rendering index (CRI) of 80- 85, which means more accurate colors and higher quality light compared to single color LEDs. We use only the highest quality components and testing procedures to ensure every device provides the same quality light for a long time to come.

HOW IT WORKS

The nightlight produces warm light with minimal levels of blue wavelengths in order to reduce the impact of artificial lighting on circadian rhythms.

The science behind the Uopia Nightlight is simple. Our body uses sunlight to maintain our circadian rhythm, the body’s internal clock. Much like how your ears are critical to your perception of balance, your eyes regulate your sleep cycle. Photoreceptors in your retina are responsible for responding to light in the 460-480 spectrum, found abundantly in sunlight. When this spectrum of light is present, our body responds by suppressing the production of the hormone melatonin to help us stay awake and alert.

Melatonin is responsible for inducing the sensation of drowsiness and facilitating our body’s transition into the deep REM sleep we need to wake up feeling refreshed each day. Unfortunately, most modern lighting--including light from mobile devices, computers and televisions--emits high levels of the blue light found in this range. As a result, our body is tricked into producing lower levels of melatonin, making it harder to fall asleep, and giving us less critical REM sleep. Using the Uopia nightlight before bed and throughout the night will ensure that melatonin levels are at a maximum.

STUDIES

Perspective: Casting light on sleep deficiency

The adverse effects of night-time light on sleep and circadian rhythms can be reduced by replacing blue-enriched light with red- or orange-enriched white light after sunset.

Light Pollution: Adverse Health Effects of Nighttime Lighting

The American Council on Science and Public Health recognizes that exposure to excessive light at night, including extended use of various electronic media, can disrupt sleep or exacerbate sleep disorders, especially in children and adolescents. This effect can be minimized by using dim red lighting in the nighttime bedroom environment. (New HOD Policy)

Blue light has a dark side

Light at night is part of the reason so many people don't get enough sleep, says Lockley, and researchers have linked short sleep to increased risk for depression, as well as diabetes and cardiovascular problems.

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