progranulindefect wrote:i am having much improved sleep/no headaches/reduced hot flashes/improved cognitive function with some life style hacks involving no supplements. just $10 uvex blue blockers from amazon and some other measures. ...
i can go right back into having hot flashes (although not as severe) if i do strenuous exercise and/or see screens for long periods at night without blue blocker protection.
pro - I'm so pleased you are feeling better overall on better sleep!progranulindefect wrote:i have a challenge for anyone who sleeps badly:
pre1. block out all night light from your bedroom. hang multiple curtains if you need to. this step is the most important one. keep the temp on the chilly side. have a light blanket and heavier blankets that you can switch out by feel in the middle of the night as your temp changes.
1. turn off the circuit breaker to your bedroom at night.
2. turn off the wifi at night.
3. don't have your cell phone or any device in your bedroom at night.
4. wear amber colored uvex glasses when the sun goes down.
5. no fitbit etc on your wrist. no sleep trackers. of course if you need a cgm or a cpap machine, keep those going.
Cost- $10-20 dollars for the glasses.
Benefit- I got my short term memory back and no headaches.
if these hacks work for you, dive in more and go to sites like jackkruse.com or emfwarriors. com. i am ordering yellow-tinted glasses for indoor use in an environment with lots of artificial light. i wear regular glasses when driving or in a room with lots of natural light coming in from the windows. i wear the uvex when the sun goes down in my house. i will also be ordering more stylish amber red glasses for when i go out when the sun goes down as the uvex make you look like you are about to do some welding work or something. outside i wear nothing on my eyeballs, even though it's very blurry, except in situations where I need to see clearly, like when crossing the street.
this is such an important discussion, and does not fit well with the original subject name. Progranulindefect, if you agree (and if it's possible), perhaps the subject name can be changed?
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