Blue Light May Change Your Sleep Stages…


Associate Professor of Psychology at Baker University, Sara Crump says, “Typically you go through … different stages of sleep and the blue light impairs the quality of you going through those different stages, so you don’t get as good of sleep at night.” With Pew Research Center reports 44% of cell phone users sleep with their phone within arms reach, maybe it’s time to reach for #EyeSafe Technology to decrease your blue light exposure.

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