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Over 50% of homes have enough blue-light at night to suppress melatonin by 50%
The regular rise and fall of the sun has caused most organisms to develop 24-hour sleep-wake rhythms. However, humans have disrupted this with artificial sources of light.
A study using wearable technology found that almost half of homes have bright enough light to suppress melatonin by 50%, which negatively affects the ability to fall asleep and negatively impacts sleep quality.