Since the start of the pandemic, many of us may have found our usage of electronic screens progressively on the rise- from phones and laptops to tablets and televisions. As the amount of time we spend facing these screens increases, so does our exposure to the blue light emitted from them. While blue light is beneficial for keeping us alert and attentive during the day, it can sometimes interfere with our nighttime wind-down and disrupt our slumber. We share three practices to help manage blue light exposure in such a way that aligns with your sleep cycle and circadian rhythm.
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