All I know is that I have absolutely been sleeping better since I started using a blue light filter.
“For the past decade, scientists have been exploring whether artificial light — particularly wavelengths of blue light — poses a risk to human health.
“You may have heard that too much screen time in the evening is a bad for you, and it’s true the blue light emitted by devices like phones and tablets can disturb your sleep.
“But blue light is not all bad — and here’s why.
“In 2002, scientists identified a new type of photoreceptor cell in the eye, when the visually blind mice they were studying were still able to respond to certain wavelengths of light.”
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