Recovering sleep: the 5 methods for effective rest
Blue lights and sleep science
A technique that is also used to recover from jet lag and its related sleep deprivation symptoms: professional athletes often face long journeys; to minimize the fatigue, there are new portable devices installed directly on aircraft.
Also on the subject of sleep science, the so-called "Power naps", the mid-day restorative naps, are gaining increasing popularity. These are amazing when it comes to nullifying the effect of sleep deprivation in the short run.
Acquire sleep biometric data
Sleep deprivation recovery on the flight
These glasses emit a blue-green light that allows the athlete to suppress the production of melatonin, the hormone our body produces before falling asleep and responsible for relaxation. The technology behind this light therapy allows users to adjust the lighting to feel less tired and, and as a result, to adjust their biological clock and prevent sleep deprivation.