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Even just imagining those sunset colors of red, orange, and a warm yellow makes me feel calm. I always wondered why “blue” light was the troublemaker, so it’s nice to have this clear explanation that makes sense with the natural world! This has me wanting to make some adjustments to my nighttime lights at home. Do you think blue light blocking phone screen protectors do a sufficient job of filtering the blue light from phones so we won’t have the negative effects?


As someone who struggles with falling asleep, this article resonates deeply with my nightly challenges. The idea that light plays a crucial role in regulating our sleep-wake cycle is something I’ve become acutely aware of over time.

I’ve experimented with different lighting options, and it’s fascinating to learn how certain colors can impact melatonin production. I appreciate the detailed breakdown of how each color of light affects sleep and the practical advice from Dr. Pranshu Adavadkar. Thank you for a very helpful post.


Thank you so much for a super interesting post! Lately I’ve been having big problems with my sleep, and I realise that I have to prep more during the evening, so that I slowly prepare my body for sleep. Letting go of the cellphone is not the easiest thing to do, but I see now more clearly than ever that I have to, to avoid that blue light. Thanks again for such a great post!

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