Light visors solve sleeplessness in high Arctic

Focuses on military, but obviously useful for anyone working in the high Artic.

Now after more than 60 years, the Canadian military has come up with a solution to help the people deployed there cope with sleeplessness, a common symptom in a place where the sun disappears entirely for four months.

A ground-breaking military study tested “light visors” — devices worn on the head that beam light into the eyes — on eight people at CFS Alert and found the treatment dramatically improved the quality of their sleep