AYO wearable technology for better sleep, beating jet lag, and improving energy

AYO wearable gadget and app
AYO wearable gadget and app

AYO light therapy glasses could be considered as one of the most innovative products. These glasses help in sleeping better, beating jetlag, and getting more energy. According to the website goayo.com, the glasses could help in boosting the energy of the user within 20 minutes, beating jetlag up to three times faster, and improving sleep of the person within 5 days. The website has also presented the positive reviews of several users including police officer, musician, entrepreneur, blogger, therapist, and consultant. On Amazon, the gadget has a rating of 4.3 out of 5.


The AYO wearable emits blue light that is fully controlled by AYO App with smart program that improves sleep (SLEEP), deals with jet lag (TRAVEL), and improves energy (ENERGY). The App can start programming in 3 simple steps. First step is the development of profile in the app, second step is the selection of a program that may consist of “SLEEP”, “TRAVEL”, and “ENERGY”, and third step is wearing the gadget for 20 minutes or more. The device can replace the energy drinks and power naps.

Feel Energized (Source: www.goayo.com/energy.html)
Feel Energized (Source: www.goayo.com/energy.html)

The gadget works by the stimulation of eye cells with the help of specialised blue light. This light enters the eyes and stimulates the sensory cells in the eyes known as photosensitive Retinal Ganglion Cells (ipRGCs). These stimulated cells start sending signals to the brain area known as Suprachiasmatic Nucleus; thereby, suppressing the production of melatonin. This procedure facilitates the internal body clock in optimising itself according to the lifestyle of the user. This suppression of melatonin is also associated with improved levels of energy. Eventually, high level of activity of melatonin before bedtime helps the user in falling asleep easily. According to the website, the device has a history of about 25 years of research and is based on a mechanism that received Nobel Prize.

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Usman Zafar Paracha

Usman Zafar Paracha is Assistant Professor, Pharmaceutics, in Hajvery University, Lahore, Pakistan.