Did you know that electronic screens emit a bright white-blue glow that simulates the daytime sky? When you view TV, iPad, iPhone screens at night, it confuses your brain's natural time-clock.

But at night, your brain gets confused by that light, as it mimics the brightness of the sun. This causes the brain to stop producing melatonin, a hormone that gives your body the "time to sleep" cues. Because of this, smartphone light can disrupt your sleep cycle, making it harder to fall and stay asleep — and potentially causing serious health problems along the way.

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With recent IOS updates, you can enable a new mode called Night Shift that you can set starting at whatever you choose time in the evening. When Night Shift kicks in, your phone automatically adjusts the display so that it gives off warmer, less blue light. This should mean better sleep!

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