Macular Degeneration & Blue Light


Research has shown that too much exposure to blue light, especially from LED lights can cause adverse effects to one’s vision that resemble those of macular degeneration which can lead to permanent vision loss.

In addition to blue light at night from electronics causing sleep problems, the fact that high energy visible (HEV) blue light penetrates all the way to the retina of the eye is of serious concern.


Full-Spectrum Light That's Balanced With BOTH "Visible & Invisible" Wavelengths Is Absolutely Essential To Your Health.

The health effects of visible light, blue light as well as invisible ultraviolet (UV) and near-infrared (NIR) light have not been clearly elucidated until now.

We are perfectly adapted to the natural radiation of our sun on Earth by evolution. This becomes obvious when you look at the medical studies on light use prior to the advent of antibiotics. Original data clearly shows the health benefits of heliotherapy (solar radiation therapy) that living things get naturally.

Near-Infrared Light Helps Prime the Cells in Your Retina for Repair and Regeneration and Reduces the Risk of Macular Degeneration

Early on, the lighting manufacturers did not include invisible UV or NIR. Presumably, their focus was limited to the ‘visual effects’ of light and not the ‘biological effects’ that research is discovering today.

Apparently, the manufacturer’s never thought to test how this unnatural version of light would affect living things. Unfortunately, we have no natural defense to chronic blue light when NIR is subtracted.

Sunlight includes an abundance of NIR as well as visible red light. These longer wavelengths provide metabolic power to the cells and counterbalance the shorter blue light wavelengths.

HEV light is a very powerful stimulus and this helps explain why the eye must have NIR present anytime blue light is present to offset the mitochondrial damage it can cause. Mitochondria, found in most cells, can be considered the power generators of the cell..

  • Most indoor light is created without any stimulus of UV or NIR as is present in the sun.
  • These missing light waves are critical for optimum health and reduced risk of disease.