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Blue light at night suppresses melatonin and increases alertness

https://www.photonics.com/a62942/Columbia_Researchers_Focus_on_Blue_Lights Smartphones, tablets and other light-emitting devices are lit by LEDs, which have a peak wavelength in the blue portion of the spectrum. Blue light…

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Blue light at night suppresses melatonin and increases alertness

https://www.photonics.com/a62942/Columbia_Researchers_Focus_on_Blue_Lights Smartphones, tablets and other light-emitting devices are lit by LEDs, which have a peak wavelength in the blue portion of the spectrum. Blue light…

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Blue light at night suppresses melatonin and increases alertness

https://www.photonics.com/a62942/Columbia_Researchers_Focus_on_Blue_Lights Smartphones, tablets and other light-emitting devices are lit by LEDs, which have a peak wavelength in the blue portion of the spectrum. Blue light…

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Causes of Insomnia

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#Insomnia #Sleep #Ageing #Brain

Can’t sleep? Blame your ageing brain https://t.co/OVo0bBQucg pic.twitter.com/JlpBWY0lqX — World Economic Forum (@wef) May 25, 2017 Another misconception is that “sleepiness receptors” only decline in…

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Sleep troubled should turn to CBT first

http://www.upi.com/Health_News/2016/05/02/Desperate-for-shut-eye-Try-psychotherapy-before-medication-therapy-experts-say/4231462233557/ People with long-term sleep troubles should turn to a form of psychotherapy to reboot normal sleeping patterns before trying sleeping pills, the American College…

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Tai Chi may treat insomnia in older adults

Researchers worked with 123 adults older than age 55 with insomnia, randomly assigning participants to one of three groups. One group underwent 2 hours of…

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