Can’t sleep? Are your screens (computer, phone, tablet) to blame?
Here’s a hint: if they are on and you are looking at them at night, they are indeed a culprit.
Why? Because they emit primarily blue light that tricks your brain into thinking it’s daytime. This blue light decreases your melatonin production and wrecks your sleep. If you are looking at your screens every night, you have almost surely developed insomnia by now. But there is a (free) way you can change the blue lights on your screen into the more melatonin and sleep-friendly red hues that will help you to get your ZZZ’s:
Of course the best solution for consistently sleeping like a baby is to TURN OFF YOUR SCREENS every night at least 2 hours before your sleep time. But I know the thought of that sends you screen-addicts out there just a little mad. So try the the software.
Read more: 10 Tips to Help You Sleep Like a Baby TONIGHT