A US health company has launched a circadian health wearable that combines chronobiology and light therapy with a circadian health app.
AYO by Novalogy will allow people to understand and support their circadian rhythm and achieve health and wellness goals by utilising their own biology and the power of circadian light
The circadian clock regulates cycles of alertness and sleepiness by responding to light changes in the environment, dictating our sleep, metabolism and activity levels.
Novalogy Chief Scientific Officer and expert Chronobiologist, Professor Dr Thomas Kantermann, said:
“AYO’s approach to Circadian Health is essential for keeping our circadian rhythms in synchrony with the 24-hour day & night cycle.”
Novalogy has been developing and testing the AYO Circadian Health solution for the past five years in collaboration with some of the world’s leading experts and researchers in chronobiology, light therapy and health.
AYO has already been used by top NBA players, tennis professionals and a number of celebrities, the company said.
Novalogy CEO, Branislav Nikolic, said:
“We, at Novalogy Inc., found it paramount to bring to the market a solution that integrates Circadian Health into our everyday life for a better, happier, and healthier living.
“The technology is so revolutionary that it will fundamentally change the way we look at sleep, health, and our (biological) time.
“I have no doubt that Circadian Health will become the new foundation of health and wellness in the years to come.”
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