Sync with the sun, beat your (future) jet lag

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Jordan Feldstein@jfeldstein · Misc. Growth & User Acquisition
For questions about "Why the ears?", see the research that was linked to from their homepage: Apparently, "Transcranial Bright Light" therapy through the ear canals is a thing.
Aaron McKeehan@aaronmckeehan · CEO, ParadigmRPA
Superman will need these in Batman vs Superman :)
Idoia UrcelayMaker@idoiau · Product Marketing Manager
Indeed! HumanCharger is an ipod size device with light emitting ear buds. And it helps minimize jet lag symptoms! For more info, have a look to the attached clinical field study that was published on April 4th 2015 Getting yourself out in daylight helps trigger the hormonal cycle that will eventually make you sleepy at the appropriate nighttime hour. So if you carry a HumanCharger headset with you on long-haul trips, you will have access to light any time of the day when your body most needs it to beat jet lag! Does it make sense now? There is a companion app that lets you know when to use it and it is very easy to hook it up with your TripIt profile, so you don’t need to re-enter your travel details again.
Pekka SomertoMaker@pekkakaarlo
I looked ag the Entrain app when we were developing the HumanCharger, and felt that we should make ours more practical and even simpler to follow. You can download the HumanCharger app free for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone. I'd love to hear back what you think of it. In particular if you're a Tripit user. Just use your imagination if you don't have the HumanCharger device yet.
Nichole Elizabeth DeMeréHunterPro@nikkielizdemere · Co-Founder
"Sunshine boosts our energy levels, lifts our mood and helps us perform at our best. So when we travel between timezones, days and seasons, we just don't get enough. The HumanCharger device sends UV-free, blue-enriched white light to where we need it most, so we remain forever in sync."
Ryan MacCarthy@ryanmac · Chief Data Scientist, KickFactory
@nikkielizdemere I still don't get it. Light emitting ear buds?
Andreas KlingerHiring@andreasklinger · Tech at Product Hunt 💃
@ryanmac @nikkielizdemere i need to ask. Where do you put them? ;)
Ryan MacCarthy@ryanmac · Chief Data Scientist, KickFactory
@andreasklinger Amazon link said it reaches light sensitive parts of the ear and brain but I see very little information about how this works.
Nichole Elizabeth DeMeréHunterPro@nikkielizdemere · Co-Founder
@ryanmac Bringing in the maker soon to answer questions.
Violeta Nedkova@violetanedkova · Creative Rebel Coach
@nikkielizdemere Awesome! I want to know more about this, too. :)