Get the most from your Loop
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Using Loop is a fantastic step towards a healthy circadian rhythm. But it's most effective when used with other healthy habits. Follow those tips for the best results.
Put Loop where you spend most of your day
Loop doesn't use magic (although it might feel like it). It signals to the circadian clock in your brain via cells in your eyes. So position Loop where you can see it. For most people, that's on their desk, next to their computer's display, roughly an arms-length from your eyes.
Dim other lights at night
Loop automatically transitions to blue-light free amber light in the evening. But that won't stop blue light from other sources from potentially disrupting your circadian clock. We recommend switching off unnecessary lights and dimming the brightness on screen-based devices at night. Most devices come with a blue-light filter that switches to warmer colours in the evening. You can dim Loop’s evening brightness using the OSIN app.
Aim for consistency
While some amount of shifting is unavoidable, your circadian rhythm isn't adapted for constant shifting back and fourth. Aim for consistent sleep-wake and eating times for optimum circadian health.