We just saw a great blog article by Kerri Flannagan titled "Red Light Therapy for Sleep: The Safe and Natural Way to Better Rest". "Studies have shown that even exposure to bright room light before bedtime can delay melatonin onset and duration. These effects can be mitigated, however, by using dimmer switches, low-wattage table lamps - or light in the red spectrum, as we’ll see. The real problem is with our devices: positioned mere inches from our eyes at all hours of the …
3rd May 2021
Getting your 7-8 hours of sleep helps decrease anxiety! According to a Good Housekeeping Wellness Lab study, sleeping less is usually associated with more worry and overthinking things in the dark of night. To get the hours needed, try winding down before bedtime. You can try relaxation, meditation, or exercise to help with the transition. Also, it bears repeating, extinguish all blue light sources 1-2 hours before laying down for the night.
17th Feb 2020