We Breakdown the Top 10 Sleep Tips For Those Sensitive to Light Pollution
There have been great advances in technology that have made many things more convenient for our daily activities, however, there are also drawbacks to this, particularly showing itself as we wind down for the day.
Being so easily accessible to our phones have created additional trouble for those looking to get a good night’s rest as studies have shown the blue light on phones are messing with our circadian rhythm.
As more and more people start to understand how our devices can mess with our sleep, the more they realize other artificial light in their bedrooms could be the reason they aren’t as refreshed as they should be in the morning.
Artificial light throws off your inner clock and the activities of your neurons and hormones that would naturally guide you through a 24 hour day. Internet devices with LED lights keep your brain on alert and reduce the number of hours that you sleep.
You can keep your phone and get the rest you need by managing your exposure to artificial and natural light.
With these tips in mind you can make your bedroom the way it was intended to be used, a place for you to have a good night’s sleep and step away from the daily hustle and bustle. Your emails and all other notifications can wait until the morning. Have a good night!
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