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Published on Jan 14, 2015
Modern-day life means a growing number of people are suffering from sleep disorders that could lead to serious health problems. Among the main culprits are jet-lag due to international travel and night work.
At Australia's Flinders University, sleep psychologist Leon Lack believes he has the answer.
It's called the Re-Timer and looks like a funky pair of sunglasses. These "time control" spectacles emit a soft, blue-green light that stimulates the part of the brain responsible for our…