Behavior Information

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Lifestyle > Behaviors > Avoid nighttime blue light exposure


Avoidance of exposure to blue lights such as produced by full-spectrum artificial lighting, LEDs, and LCD screens after sunset and before sunrise. Blue light exposure at night, even for just a few minutes, can disrupt normal circadian function by suppressing melatonin production and spiking cortisol in the evening. Methods of avoiding blue light exposure at night include replacing full-spectrum indoor lighting with orange, yellow, and red spectrum lighting, installing f.lux on computer screens, and wearing blue-blocking glasses.
 
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Of those that submitted this behavior, 100% said that it was healthy and 0% said that it was unhealthy.

 
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