insomnia

Trouble sleeping? Do you use an iPad before sleep?

Iain Lightfoot on Wed 22 May

For those who enjoy reading from the Kindle App or watching TV in bed, it would seem that exposure to the screen light is disrupting our natural body clock or "circadian rhythm".

This is because the "blue light" used in television, computer and tablet screens can be disruptive to sleep patterns more so than the traditional incandescent lighting.

Experts claim that be limiting the body's exposure to blue light could help with insomnia and other sleep issues.   

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