Blue light emitted by screens damages our sleep, study suggests

Publication

Chronobiology International

Author(s)

Abraham Haim, Amit Shai Green, Merav Cohen-Zion, Yaron Dagan

Abstract

The short-wavelength blue light, emitted by the screens we watch, damages the duration, and even more so, the quality of our sleep. The study also found that watching screens that emit red light does not cause damage, and sleep after exposure to it was similar to normal sleep.

Date

August 22, 2017

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