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More Artificial Light, Less Sleep and a Confused Body Clock – What Should You Know – Optic Flux – Optic Flux

We spend most of the day in artificially lit rooms and also looking at different screens every day. Such a thing might confuse our internal clock more than we’ve…

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We spend most of the day in artificially lit rooms and also looking at different screens every day. Such a thing might confuse our internal clock more than we’ve imagined.
A new study explains how artificial light might affect our sleep quality and how our circadian rhythm is changed. Should we worry?
Here is what you need to know.
Artificial Light Can Trouble Our Sleep
The circadian rhythm, also known as our “body clock,” is found in the hypothalamus. 
That area of our brains can release melatonin,…

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