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Britons Addicted to Mobile Phones

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Britons addicted to mobile phones


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Animae C (507)
Thursday August 2, 2018, 8:58 pm
“Even dim light can interfere with circadian rhythms & melatonin secretion, a hormone that helps us to fall sleep at night...".
“Blue light boosts attention, reaction times & mood. This is good during the day, but obviously the last thing you want at night."
“Electronic screens, such as mobile phones & tablets, increase our exposure to blue light & thus using phones in bed will severely inhibit your ability to wind down.”


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