Researchers have found type 2 diabetes could be prevented by using goggles that release bright light into the eyes.
The goggles, called Re-Timer, have four small lights in the frame and are designed to help regulate the body clock, the media reported.
The special eyewear was originally developed at Flinders University in Australia to help treat sleep issues.
Light helps regulate one’s body clock which regulates the release of certain hormones. The release of such hormones which control blood sugar levels, is “irregular in people with pre-diabetes,” according to the report.