Problem: Blue Light Disrupts Our Sleep
As well as the damage caused by just merely spending time looking at screens, HEV light can also affect our sleep. By constant exposure to screens throughout the day, our body clock gets confused and doesn’t realise when it’s actually day or nighttime. This causes our bodies to not release the hormone melatonin (which allows us to become sleepy and get a good night’s rest).
It’s at night that our skin repairs itself, removes harmful toxins and replaces aged skin cells with healthy new ones. Which is why, when we have a bad night’s sleep, our skin looks dull, puffy and lackluster when we wake up!
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