Red light therapy for sleep and wellness

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Light is central to our internal biology and patterns.

Our circadian rhythms

are built around the sun and the earth’s rotation cycle. As the length of daylight changes throughout the year, our circadian rhythms adjust as well.

Red light: your key to a great night's sleep.

Circadian Rhythm 

affect more than just your sleep...

Performance

Mood

Cognition

Body Temperature

Metabolism

Appetite

Red light therapy

Alarm Clock

Great energy starts with quality sleep.

Tutu helps to improve vitality.

The brain interprets light as an indicator of when to be asleep and awake. The bright lights and screens of modern life can knock the body’s natural rhythm out of whack. That's where Tutu comes in.

The secret to great sleep? Hormone regulation.

Melatonin & Cortisol

The hormone melatonin is a counterpart to cortisol. Produced by the pineal gland, melatonin helps you fall asleep and stay asleep. Your body typically starts producing melatonin in the early evening, when you’re starting to wind down and get closer to bedtime. Bright light, especially bright blue light from phones and computers, has been shown to disrupt melatonin production.

Tutu lets you supplement the light you get from the sun in your own home. A Tutu device delivers red and near infrared (NIR) light directly to your skin and cells.

What experts think

Testimonials

"Tutu helped me get back on track with my sleep cycle. My mood and energy improved, and I feel more relaxed overall."
- Carlos Lastres
Biohacker

Nogier frequencies

Frequency Modulation

Therapeutic light devices can be modulated at various frequencies. Tutu uses seven Nogier frequencies typical in light therapy devices to achieve a healthy energy balance.

Nogier & light therapy

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