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The Dark Side of Blue Light

The average American spends 11 hours in front of a screen. Whether it’s your phone or laptop or television, we’re increasingly glued to our screens these days. Research has shown that blue light from screens, especially at night time, has a negative effect on health. Although studies haven’t conclusively proven the reason for the negative effects, research has shown that

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Is Blue Light Interfering with Your Sleep and Damaging Your Health?

by Janel DuRoss Feeling wired later at night? Can’t sleep? Exposure to the blue light wavelengths emitted from your smart phone, tablet, TV, computer and light fixtures all stimulate part of your brain, specifically the pineal gland. At night, this gland is scheduled to release melatonin, the hormone signals our bodies to wind down and prepare for sleep. The stress hormone

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