Sleep is highly underrated.
It is one of the “pillars” of optimal health… just as important as diet and exercise.
The problem is that humans are sleeping much less than they did in the past.
But that’s not the end of it, unfortunately… the quality of our sleep has suffered as well.
It turns out that perhaps the single biggest contributor to our collective sleep problems, is the use of artificial lighting and electronics at night.
Written by Kris Gunnars
These devices emit light of a blue wavelength, which tricks our brains into thinking that it is daytime (5).
Fortunately, this problem has a simple solution and there are a few actionable steps you can take to get rid of that blue light in the evening, potentially improving your health at the same time.
Let me explain how that works… Read more