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2,5 million years of evolution created humans. Humans require light to live. In nature, the day begins with bluish daylight which starts all sorts of processes, like waking us up and providing energy. This continues until the sun goes down and turns red. Our bodies start winding down for sleep. That’s how it works naturally.

But we live in artificial lights, travel between time zones and work around the clock. Athletes have to be be at their best any time anywhere.

Sleep disorders, winter blues, jet lag and even the ability to perform at peak levels all require blue light.


Introducing wearable light therapy from Propeaq, created using decades of scientific research and development, and using proprietary patented technology. 30 minutes of active blue light per day, is often sufficient for new energy or affect the sleep / wake rhythm. Propeaq light therapy glasses are used by top athletes, night workers and travelers.

Blue light has been proven to enhance our lives. And we are dedicated to furthering this natural technology.

Shift Work




Prescription glasses optional

Through our optician network


Hundreds of top athletes, researchers and night workers have embraced Propoeaq. Curious what others are saying about their experiences? We also have a special discount for our ambassadors. Read more on our ‘Ambassadors’ page.


Light therapy requires planning. We have created a special apps for specific situation so you can maximize the use of our light glasses and light filters. For world travelers we have our anti-jet lag app. For night workers, we have an app with schedules for optimal adjustments to various night shift schedules.


Blue light can help to speed up healing of people with concussion

Daily exposure to blue wavelength light each morning helps to re-entrain the circadian rhythm so that people get better, more regular sleep which was translated into improvements in cognitive function, reduced daytime sleepiness and actual brain repair. Early morning...

Less side effects from working the nightshift? UMC Utrecht is starting a pilot with Propeaq light glasses.

By switching between blue light and orange glasses of the Propeaq light glasses, the production of melatonin can be stopped or boosted. De person that is wearing the glasses can prevent the dip occurring during the night shift or make him or her fall asleep more...

The COVID-19 pandemic and emotional welfare: Tips for healthy routines and rhythms

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Did you know that sleeping is as important as eating if not more!

Research shows that more and more people around the world suffer from insomnia, and that is a concerning fact! Serious health risk’s Let’s start with the basics, adults need seven to eight hours of sleep a day, end of discussion. Are you not getting enough sleep? Then...

FAQ – answers

The Propeaq light glasses are designed for ease of use. Mobile use, with the right active light and exactly the right filters. At presentations and from new users we receive a number of similar questions. Especially for these users we have made an overview with the...

Blue light dangerous?

From time to time articles appear in the media about the potential risk to human health after exposure to blue artificial light. A distinction must be made between the possible effects on the retina on the one hand and the effects on circadian rhythm disturbance or...

New App for Healthier Working During Night Shifts

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No More Blue Mondays; lightglasses against winterblues

Monday January 21, is supposedly the most depressing day of the year. A pseudo-science underpinning of this phenomenon points to a new day we need to consider every year. While it’s not realistic to name an exact day, this period can be a critical time for people that...

CES tradeshow a success

Las Vegas, January 11, 2019 - Today the largest consumer electronics show in the world came to an end. In four days, 4,400 companies showed their innovations to 182,000 visitors from more than 125 countries. The Netherlands was there with 50 of their best startups at...

Propeaq at CES in Las vegas

Propeaq is introducing their light glasses at the CES in Las Vegas. These glasses have helped top athletes from various countries prevent jet lag and ensure their performance peaks at the right moment. Night shift workers and people with sleep disorders have also discovered the glasses. Las Vegas, the city that never sleeps, is the ideal place to introduce this innovative product to the world press.

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