Light alarm clocks – how to choose one?

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Light alarm clocks – how to choose one?

Do you have a light alarm clock? Who likes to wake up in the morning? Especially when it is dark outside. We all remember the feeling of being deep into sleep, and to be suddenly pulled out by an alarm clock. Alarm clocks have advanced a lot over the past years, so that the sentiment of waking up cold may soon be a thing of the past.

Thanks to a ton of research into the sleeping science and how we wake up, there are a number of products on the market designed to help you get to sleep, stay asleep during the night, and then wake up easily.

It's a less stressful wake-up method that will have you skipping the snooze button and avoiding a whole lot of morning grumpiness. Discover the best wake-up light alarm clocks and find yourself on the path to a better night’s sleep. 

What is a light alarm clocks?

The Sunrise Alarm Clock is a next-generation alarm clock that can awaken a person to a simulated sunrise instead of a loud alarm. Waking up to a nerve jangling alarm clock is one of the worst ways to start any day.

Now there is a gentler, more natural way to begin the day using your body's own inbuilt wake-up mechanism. The clock simulates the gradually increasing dawn of a new day, allowing sleep cycles to be ended without interruption and a person to awaken feeling revitalized and refreshed. Fall asleep with a blackout eye mask to get the best rest possible.

How does the light alarm clock works?

The clock's light slowly begins to shine 30 minutes before your pre-programmed wake up time. The light gradually brightens until it's time for you to wake up. Your body will feel rested and refreshed, as though you really were waking up with the sunrise.

Afraid of the Dark?

There is no need to be afraid of the dark as this gradual light alarm clock also has a built in sunset feature. The sunset feature works in reverse and gradually darkens the room. Use this option at night, great for small children who are afraid of the dark and need the solace of a lighted room in order to sleep.

Sunrise at Any Hour

The Sunrise Alarm Clock also lets you set different dawn and dusk cycles, from 15 to 90 minutes. At night you can set the time that you want the sun to go down so at 60 minutes it will take a full hour before the light goes off. In the morning you can set it so it takes say 60 minutes for the sun to rise.

Light alarm clocks typically features an LCD digital display that fades to low level at night to let you sleep. It also has a bedside light that you can dim as you read yourself off to a peaceful night's sleep. 

A Safety Net

Just in case you don’t think the sunrise will get you up on its own then there is an optional backup beeper alarm to ensure you waken. If you are a heavy sleeper or sure you won't want to get up from your warm bed, it's comforting to know this option is available.