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4 ways to reduce blue light and get better sleep.

Your phone, tablet, or TV could be hurting your sleep. Not just because you might stay up late to scroll your social media feed or answer a few emails. But because electronic screens and LED lights give off “blue light.” Blue light helps us stay awake and alert during the day. But too much makes it harder to get a good night’s rest.

Phones, computers, and even LEDs produce blue light, which can make it harder to sleep. Here are some simple tips to cut down blue light for better sleep.


Sleep has a big impact on your long-term health. Without good sleep, your body can’t reset and regulate on its own.1 Cutting down on blue light is one important way to get better rest, but there are many other things you can do. Check out more tips for better sleep.

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References:

1. "What Are Sleep Deprivation and Deficiency?," National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, March 24, 2022, accessed November 21, 2022, https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/sleep-deprivation.