The Medical Daily: Less Blue Light Could Mean More Sleep For Everyone

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When you sleep, your body rests and your brain recharges. But the constant presence of sleep-blocking blue light in today’s electronics means that these days, your brain may not be “turning off” the way nature intended.

Scientists have found that special blue-light blocking lenses can help people get better sleep, especially for those who work in front of our computers, watch TV, or use our cell phones late at night (that probably goes double if you do all three at once, like me). This article from Medical Daily examines the research on the topic in everyday terms that everyone can appreciate.

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