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Did you know that we have blue light sensors in our eyes that detect if blue light is in our field of vision. This blue light detector is called melanopsin.

Or modern lifestyle, in which we spend most of our time indoors looking at bright screens and bright lights at night, activates melonopsin at the wrong time of day and night, which then disrupts our circadian rhythm’s and reduces the production or release of the sleep hormone melatonin, and as a result we cannot get restorative sleep.

Quality sleep is crucial for the maintenance of a healthy mind and body. Without this repair and restoring processes provided by melatonin we feel tired and less sharp the following day. After a few days or weeks we get Into depression and anxiety. Following that disease.

Block blue light at night, get morning sun, increase your exposure to therapeutic red light and sleep like a baby.