#5 Less ALAN, More Time

Updated: Jan 14, 2020

Blue light toxicity series


Given the health tolls artificial lights at night (ALAN) imposed on us (read blog #2 for details), ponder this, do they really give us more time to interact with life, or do they take time away from our lives? I hope the latter is your answer. To allow our body and mind to function as they are designed to, reducing blue light toxicity is a must.

If you want more time, more quality time in life, here are some practical tips to help you mitigate ALAN.

1. Rest and rise with the sun

All of us have a 24-hour internal clock, also known as the sleep/wake cycle. This clock is turned on and off by the light frequencies that our eyes and skin detect. The frequencies from the sunrise signal wakefulnes