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BLUblox Giveaway

By September 18, 2019December 3rd, 2020Moods and Hormones, Nutrition Education

BLUblox Giveaway

You all know I prioritize my sleep and that is why I love my BLUblox glasses and I wear them every evening while I am on the computer or watching television.

BLUblox now has a new product that also helps with sleep! They have a new REMedy Sleep Mask! In-depth research into light and health it is very clear from the academic literature that any amount of light hitting your closed eyes as you sleep, (such as alarm clock light, car headlights, or a family member turning on a light), damages your health and sleep. Studies have linked this kind of light while we sleep with increased insulin resistance, heart disease and neurological diseases.

I was surprised to read that none of the major sleep mask brands block 100% of light from hitting our eyes. None until BLUblox REMedy sleep mask was created! It blocks 100% of light whilst you sleep.

I love the BLUblox Sleep Masks because they fit all of us! They have created adjustable eye cups that velcro on and off so you can position them exactly to your face shape for a comfy sleep! They  also removed any elastic from the head band which means I no longer get tangled hair and no more wearing out your mask by stretching it!

My son Micah wanted to use them before I even had a chance to try them! We go camping a lot and I always have basic eye masks for us to use in the camper. Especially when we camp up north where the daylight is much longer! Those basic eye masks were often uncomfortable and I always had a hard time falling asleep with such a feeling on my face. BUT these new BLUblox Sleep Masks are fantastic! I immediately ordered an extra pair to keep in my carry on for long flights.

BLUblox is so generous they are giving away 3 Sleep Masks!


1. Like my Keto private facebook group called KETO.

2. Follow me on Instagram @mariaemmerich and @blubloxofficial

3. Comment below on what has helped you with sleep!

4. BONUS point for sharing on Facebook or Instagram and tagging me!

Good Luck! Winner will be chosen Sept 29th!

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Click HERE to order your BLUblox Sleep Mask or BLUblox glasses today!


“Today is my 1 year Ketoversary – down 130+ pounds, 10 inches on the waist, 4 inches around the neck.

My life has changed for the better!  I feel great and workout a few times a week!

Thanks Craig Emmerich, Maria Wojcik Emmerich, and the group for your support, tips, advice, and cookbooks!“ – Cy

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Maria Emmerich

Maria is a wellness expert who has helped clients follow a Ketogenic lifestyle to heal and lose weight for over 20 years. She has helped thousands of clients get healthy, get off medications and heal their bodies; losing weight is just a bonus. She is the international best selling author of several books including "Keto: The Complete Guide to Success on the Ketogenic Diet.".


  • Kristin donley says:

    Sleep is a little more complicated for myself as I live in Hi and work for a company on the East Coast so I don’t get as much sleep as I would like to. Keeping my bedroom cool, stopping electronics early in the evening, and not eating at min 3 hours before bed time have all helped with my sleep.

  • Jacquie Z says:

    I could really use these, I don’t get quality sleep now

  • Lauren says:

    Magnesium helps me get better sleep.

  • Nancy says:

    The only thing that helps me sleep is being exhausted. I take magnesium supplements but I’m always so wound up it’s hard to sleep. I also use a 20# weighted blanket to help sleep.

    • Kathi says:

      The best sleep I get is when I dont eat at least 3 hours before going to bed and writing in a journal the events of the day

  • Living in Florida, we turn the AC down at night for a chilly room necessitating snuggling into a comfy coverlet. Soothing!
    No light in the room by using blackout curtains, no cellphones in the room and we run a ceiling fan and a box fan for air circulation and white noise.

  • Michelle Wilson says:

    I take magnesium, am usually exhausted, cannot be hot, and have a ceiling fan, box fan and side table fan going. My daughter uses the blackout curtains which she says help her a great deal. 🙂

  • Michele Elliott says:

    Melatonin & magnesium help me right before going to bed. Also, environment is as dark as possible & I wear ear plugs to block out my husband’s snoring. I also have sleep apnea so I use a cpap machine. When traveling often wear eye mask when I can’t control light.

  • Jen Hughes says:

    I use a 20# weighted blanket. It helps me stay in a deeper, more restful sleep.

  • Paige Hamernick says:

    Keto gave my life back beginning Feb 1,2016.. Amazing changes and good health. A seminar in your home,Maria, was a tremendous boost and encouragement.
    Since April of 2018, I have been getting up to be outside every(!) morning for first light and sunrise. It sets me up for an excellent night’s sleep by influencing melatonin production.
    Sure could have used the sleepmask while in the hospital overnight recently!!

  • amy says:

    Keeping the room cool. No lights.

  • Debbie in TX says:

    This Sleep Mask looks like a really good one. We try to keep as much light out of the bedroom as possible, cover the digital clock, and make sure the temperature is low at bedtime. Can’t sleep when it’s too hot here in Texas!

  • MLG says:

    I try to block out as much ambient light as possible in my bedroom.

  • Deana Smiel says:

    I’ve never tried a sleep mask because I’ve heard that any light touching your skin is harmful and distruptive to sleep. My neighbor’s back porch light shines brightly in to my room and I finally decided to try a sleep mask I had received as a gift. It works! Really good sleep with it on. And I have to put it on over a CPAP mask.

  • Leslie E Pfau says:

    I take magnesium glycinate and I use an app called Insight Timer that sets a timed meditation background sound.

  • Carissa says:

    Sleep strips by Somnifix seem to be helping me sleep.

  • Shirley W Wilkinson says:

    The Sleep mask would be a joy to use . Thanks for the information

  • My Neora sleep chews work like a dream to help me sleep.

  • Stacie says:

    Magnesium, blue light blocking bulbs and getting my adrenal glands healed.

  • Amy says:

    Magnesium spray oil!

    • Cooper Marcus says:

      Tried “Calm”, a magnesium sleep supplement [magnesium helps muscles relax ďloosen], for the first time in a long time, I got tired 2 hours earlier than usual & went right to sleep instead of just laying there for hours more!

    • Susan McCollum says:

      Setting a routine, blue light glasses at night and an eye mask when I sleep help me.

  • Lynnette says:

    Cool glasses! I use an eye mask, night guard, and magnesium to help get restful sleep.

  • Leisa says:

    Lavender oil or Serenity oil in my diffuser helps!

  • Bethanne says:

    Diffusing lovely lavender essential oil, and trying not to watch tv or scroll through my phone after I get in bed!!

  • I am so grateful to you, Maria! You’ve taught me so much. I am about to do a 30 day Keto Cleanse using your book as my guide. I plan to post on my YouTube Channel, Wonder Wander Ponder Be, and provide links to you. I will let you know when I do. One thing you’ve taught me about better sleep is Magnesium!

  • Candice Grunseth says:

    I am thankful every day for Maria suggesting Magnesium and it helps with my sleep but also cravings and cramps in my legs!

  • Kathy Robertson says:

    I wake up all the throughout the night. I’m still looking to find a solution to help me sleep better.

  • Jennifer Davey says:

    Make bedroom cooler (A/C or fan) and weighted blanket.

  • Rebecca Buckner says:

    Melatonin and turning down the AC!

  • Jennifer thorpe says:

    I usually take a sleep supplement called mag-12 it’s helps , lights off, cold room and heavy blanket

  • Chris C. says:

    Eating an early dinner.
    Cooling down the bedroom at night.

  • IcePonyGirl says:

    I have FMS and never go into REM sleep. My body really could use these.

  • Brenda says:

    I haven’t really found anything that helps me get good quality sleep. I need these!!

  • Anne-Marie Cain says:

    Making a point to go to bed earlier!

  • Shepley Zann says:

    I have trouble sleeping because I have my sleep schedule way off normal. Taking L-Tryptophan is helping me fall asleep.

  • Kim says:

    I’ve had a lot of trouble with deep sleep. I’m doing better with a CBD/Melatonin product but it still needs to improve

  • Tanya says:

    Magnesium, grounding pad & lavender essential oil via a diffuser have all helped with sleep.

  • Kerri says:

    Looks like a great product!
    I need to get back to wearing my blu blockers in the evening.

  • Leah says:

    Magnesium before bed and limiting my phone use has helped a lot with my sleep habits. These would also help a lot! Thanks for the info Maria!

  • Nadine says:

    Getting my dog tired out or giving her a bath because she is the one that will keep me awake otherwise!

  • Patricia says:

    I take magnesium in the evening and it helps me sleep

  • Lisa Woods says:

    Magnesium glycinate at bedtime helps me a lot!

  • Abby Myers says:

    I try to get to sleep every night at a decent hour that allows me 8-9 hours of sleep. I wear earplugs & keep my room dark & cool with fresh air with slightly opened windows.

  • Jill P. says:

    Sleep training and magnesium has been very helpful for my sleep.

  • I have read about these before. I would totally use them.

  • Deb Casey says:

    I take magnesium glycinate, use Pro-Gest cream, use blue blocker glasses, plus other things to help with sleep.

  • I find Lavender Essential oil helps me get to sleep easier.

  • Teri Sorensen says:

    I love my bamboo sheets, they are so soft and cozy. Thanks so much for the chance to win the sleep mask. My husband insists on having the TV on all night and I know it’s not good for me.

  • Linda says:

    I’ve been getting to bed earlier and wake up before the alarm. Love that.

  • Jessica Esperon-Meneilly says:

    Removing all cell phones/devices from the bedroom has helped enormously with improving our sleep.

  • Megan McM says:

    I do get the occasional migraine, so that sleep mask would be amazing. We use only yellow or red light bulbs at night.

  • Robin LaBranche says:

    Diffusing lavender essential oil by my bed and applying it to the bottom of my feet and wrist.

  • Stephanie Bahrns says:

    I struggle to sleep at night. I keep my room cool and limit screen time before bed. These would definitely help me

  • LaVonne says:

    I would simply love this sleep mask! I’ve been using dollar store ones for a couple years now, and they’ve really helped, but man, this is next level! 😍 A blend of eo called Sleep has also helped me a lot. 💜

  • Susie Perrone says:

    i bought a pair of orange blue light blocking glasses years ago and for got about them I found them a couple months ago and was amazed at how i started sleeping earlier and more at nights almost immediately

  • Laura Flack says:

    Since going through menopause, I have a hard time staying asleep where before I would sleep like the dead and nothing would wake me. I have tried a nice bath with lavender Epsom salts, but hubby keeps me up (we take care of MIL and have one room)
    I could really use this mask.

  • Valerie Papik says:

    I am trying different things at the moment for my sleep, I currently wear an eye mask.

  • Melanie Vath says:

    I don’t sleep well, but try to by wearing a sleep mask and earplugs. My family has an active nightlight, opposite of me. I crawl into bed by 8 pm! They don’t understand that having lights and the TV on in the living room all night is an issue. Even with my earplugs and facemask, I wake up and see those lights shining under my bedroom door. Maybe a better quality mask would make a difference. I sure would love to find out!

  • SandyA says:

    I find the best sleep I get is when the room is very cool, dark and with a white noise. I sleep on my upgraded chilipad called an Ooler and I love it!

  • Kate says:

    I take magnesium, use blue blocker glasses 3 hrs prior to sleep, and use blackout curtains. I’ve been shopping for a sleep mask!

  • Mary Curran says:

    Not eating after 6 pm has really helped my sleep.

  • I use melatonin and blue light blocking glasses before bed to help me sleep better. I was in a car accident just over a year ago and suffered a TBI, so anything to help me sleep is appreciated. Thanks for a chance to win.

  • Michael says:

    I’ve gotten a lot of help with sleeping from keeping a regular schedule, and trying whenever possible to see natural sunrise.

  • Lisa says:

    After years of feeling EXHAUSTED and tons of tests I found a new Dr and we found out I have moderate to severe sleep apnea! I was waking up basically every 4 minutes!! So I she now started sleeping with a machine. Still tired but not quite as tired as I was. I also love Epsom baths!

  • Marcia Greene says:

    I turned a clocks toward the wall and stood turning tv on when I go to bed,.Also added magnesium at night.

  • Noelle Eslick says:

    Reading before I go to sleep for 15 minutes or so.

  • Faye Randerson says:

    I need to turn off the tv and read for about half an hour. Problem I am running into is I read on my iPad and I think it stimulates my eyes/brain.

  • Prosperity says:

    It’s a combination of quiet darkness, although I do fall asleep to soft music or boring lectures nicely ; ) temperature regulation, tummy neither full nor empty, regular bedtime before 10 pm, a good supportive pillow, and sleeping alone works best for me, the less disturbances the better 🙂
    Sweet Dreams zzz zzz

  • Audra Zajac says:

    Magnesium and sticking with a bedtime and morning routine has helped me.

  • CBarney says:

    Light-blocking eye mask when at hotels does help, as does a white/pink noise generator. I have blackout curtains at home which help a lot.

  • Dawn says:

    Intermittent fasting and eating my last meal of the day by 5pm has helped my sleep improve

  • Rikke Tobiassen says:

    Being a single mom to two kids I am usually exhausted. I tend to fall asleep with the TV on (sleep timer set for 30 minutes) but then I wake up at 2am, unable to go back to sleep for 2-3 hours…
    I am considering bying blackout curtains but winning these “glasses” would be so much better 😎

  • HilLesha says:

    One of the things that help me sleep is using a sleep machine.

  • Judy Eddy says:

    I recently tried the Calm magnesium supplement and was impressed. Best sleep i have had in a while.

  • Stephanie KL says:

    Getting out in the sunshine numerous times during the day to take my German Shepherd for a “business” walk plus taking magnesium glycinate an hour before bedtime is my solution for a solid sleep.

  • Kris Reeves says:

    I would love to get these for our long Alaska summer daylight! We use cardboard in the windows but it isn’t the same thing!

  • Dawn E says:

    We try to take melatonin and tryptophan, and take magnesium during the day, and again at night.

  • Holly Sellers says:

    Turning off tv and keeping room cool helps me sleep well. Would like to try blue blocking glasses. 😊

  • Linda Welshans says:

    No electronic after 9pm, keeping the room cool with a fan directed towards the bed. I would love to try blue blocking glasses. I wonder if it help with the person snoring next to me. LOL

  • sam m says:

    I have melatonin vitamins.

  • Cassandra D says:

    I usually have a cup of tea and read a book.

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