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It has only been during the last 100 years that we have begun to see the pervasive use of artificial lighting in our homes and cities. Emerging research in the field of chronobiology suggests that exposure to certain wavelengths of light at certain times of the day may be disruptive to an organism’s circadian rhythm. In the long term, this can lead to poor sleep and disease in many individuals.1
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Stress takes its toll in many ways - and its effect is compounding. Dr Justin Marchegiani presents a framework for managing and eliminating stress in the form of four dimensions of resilience: Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual Here are 10 stress management biohacks that address each area.
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The problem is fluorescent (and LED - think about your computer/tablet/phone screen) lamps and the light that they generate.
Blue blocker glasses will provide the best protection for you while you are at work, and you can also put a filament task lamp on your desk to slightly improve the visual environment.