Scientifically proven for better sleep
In our fast-paced world we have to shift schedules and time zones frequently. Who has time to adjust?
Using proprietary light technology developed at Stanford University, Lumos stimulates the neurological pathways that regulate your body clock and allow you to program your own sleep schedule.
Arrive awake and refreshed! Pre-set your body clock to the timezone of your destination to head-off days of fatigue, brain fog, and lackluster productivity.
Need to be rested for a 4:00 AM conference call? Have to pull an all-nighter and meet a date the next evening? Lumos puts you in charge, so you get good sleep when you need it.
Lumos aligns your internal body clock with the demands of your schedule, so that you can take proper time to recharge without putting your body at risk using pharmaceuticals or stimulants.
Set your preferred sleep schedule with our companion app
Wear the comfortable Lumos mask when you go to sleep
Wake up feeling refreshed and ready to go
Lightweight & Comfortable
Portable & Durable
Sleep Tracking & Analysis
The best part is being able to land 10 hours off and your body resyncs itself almost instantly. It’s reprogramming your brain like resetting the hands of the clock on your watch.
Channing Robertson PhD, Professor Emeritus
Stanford University School of Engineering
Having the Lumos Sleep Mask and being able to overcome jet lag as soon as I’m on the ground has been incredibly valuable. It has actually made it so that I can enjoy business travel.
Max Korus, Project Manager
Travels 50+ times a year
I feel more confident in flying in a day before or the same day as my business meetings in a different time zone because I can now travel without having to worry about getting affected by jet lag.
Charvi Shetty, Founder and CEO
Being able to use the mask to come home and picking up everything at home with my kids as fast as possible is really appealing to me. I was sad that I had to send the prototype back.
Regina Cheung PhD, Consultant
BioPharma Resource Groups
Previously when I came home from Bali I had brain fogs for several days and jet lag for three weeks. Now I just hit the ground running every time.
Susan Bennett, Retired
Goes to Bali every year
The scientific formula for a good night’s sleep is deeply embedded in your circadian rhythm. Think of it as your body’s 24-hour clock that ebbs and flows throughout the day to decide when you feel sleepy and awake. Poor sleep happens when there is a misalignment of your circadian rhythm and your sleep schedule, causing difficulties falling asleep and waking up. Lumos technology uses short light pulses to shift your circadian clock back into alignment.
To learn more about how Lumos technology works, watch this video from Dr. Jamie Zeitzer, an Associate Professor at Stanford.