Earn Back The Hour Of Shuteye You Just Lost To Daylight Savings Time
According to a study by the National Sleep Foundation, blue light from screens can actually mess with your internal clock.
According to a new study by the National Sleep Foundation, your late-night electronics usage is as much to blame for your loss of zzz’s as your crying baby
and Sunday’s arbitrarily cruel Daylight Savings. How? Seems the blue light from screens registers as sunlight, which can screw with your delicate internal clock. Your solutions: turn everything off an hour before crashing, or download f.lux, which adapts display colors to the time of day, and may even deliver better sleep. Which you’ll enjoy until the alarm goes off an hour early because of farmers or something.
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