NEW YORK, Dec. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- A new form of "light energy" can give type-a workaholics and globetrotters just what they need for the holidays—an extra energy boost to burn the midnight oil on Christmas eve or arrive on that next overseas flight energized and ready to work more!
The prizewinning, wearable blue-light system from hi-tech startup Novalogy helps overworked, exhausted type a's boost their overall energy levels, optimize sleep time, and beat jet lag during frequent travels. AYO glasses recently took top prize in the KLM-Air France search for the "most innovative travel technology product of the year."
The result of a three-year development, testing and engineering process, AYO uses the latest developments in Chronobiology, study of the human body clock, and delivers its clinically-tested soft blue light to actively increase energy levels, improve sleep, and minimize the tired, lagging feelings that often accompany jet lag.
Professor Bert van der Horst, Chairman of Health and Chronobiology at Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, cites the novel new product as "the first step in the personal adjustment of internal body clocks. It will help us to improve our lifestyle, remain healthy, and keep the doctor away."
Key to the "jet lag" solution in particular is exposure to a special, soft blue light that mimics sunlight, delivered at proper timing and intensity directed by the software. By wearing the AYO device as little as 20 minutes a day, frequent travelers can beat jet lag quickly, feeling fully refreshed no matter how many time zones their latest trip has spanned. Stressed or tired users experience improved energy the same way.
Available for holiday delivery at www.goayo.com and www.amazon.com, the blue light system establishes a profile based on the user's sleep habits and lifestyle preferences. It analyzes users' sleep and lifestyle habits to provide a personalized energy-boost program, guiding the user on when to use AYO, and when to avoid light.
Based on Nobel Prize-winning research
This year's Physiology Nobel Prize recognized three American researchers' discoveries of mechanisms controlling circadian rhythm, mimicked by the AYO system. AYO engineers studied the laureates' work, along with many other Chronobiology research efforts at leading institutions including Harvard, Oxford and NASA. These studies, plus the experience of thousands of customers, affirm the system's help in managing humans' biological clocks, sleep cycles, and energy levels to deliver healthier, happier, more active lives.
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