There are many who suffer from insomnia or lack of sleep. Many who will give anything or resort to anything to get a good night’s sleep. However, according to Saffron, the makers of the Drift Light Auto-Dimming Bulb, the secret to a good night’s sleep is nothing more than just a bulb that simulates a natural sunset.
The Drift Light Auto-Dimming Bulb is a high efficiency 7 Watt LED lamp that gives out about 530 lumens of light (equivalent to a 40 Watt bulb) that has special built-in circuitry that lets in function in three different mode. The first is the Daylight mode which basically lets the Drift Light function as a normal light bulb. It lights up when you switch it on and turns off when you flip off the switch.
The second mode is known as the Midnight mode and it is activated by turning the Drift Light on and off and then on again in quick succession. You get an indicator that the Midnight mode has been activated when the light briefly turns off once. In Midnight mode, the Drift Light slowly dims itself until it turns off completely in 37 minutes? Why 37 minutes? That is the average duration for a sunset. The gradual drift from light to darkness helps your body prepare for sleep.
The last mode is the Moonlight mode. It is activated by turning the bulb on and off three times and the bulb turns off briefly twice to indicate activation. The Moonlight mode is similar to the Midnight mode except that the bulb does not go off completely but dims down to a gentle glow, simulating moonlight. This is the ideal mode for the children’s room as it doubles as a night light.
The Drift Light Auto-Dimming Bulb works with any existing light fixtures including ceiling lights and bedside lamps. The Drift Light also produces warmer light that is similar to sunlight unlike the blueish light that is emitted by some energy saving lamps. Studies have shown that blue light suppresses melatonin, your body’s natural sleep agent.
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The Drift Light has an auto-dimming feature that helps your body have a gradual shift from light to darkness to help prepare you for sleep.