The idea artificial light from screens is keeping people awake at night is flawed, and blue light from devices is not the main problem, suggests new study that exposed mice to different light settings to study the impact, which found that dim blue light is better than bright yellow light for sleep.

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Isn’t it just bright lights in general? Something about light tricking your brain that it’s still daytime and not time to sleep yet.

Free-Raspberry

How does this experiment work in mice? In most facilities I’ve seen the mice actually sleep during the light cycle and are most active during the dark cycle…

FossilizedUsername

Mice are nocturnal creatures. Humans aren’t. Didn’t anybody notice this glaring flaw in the study?

adevland

“Bright light of either colour was stimulating, rather than restful, as expected. But when the light was dimmed, blue light was more restful than yellow light.” Post title misrepresents the article.

Wastelander3082

I’ve read human (not mice) studies that say otherwise.

catal1s