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Technology, Gadgets Use Change Human Body Clock; Here’s What to Do – Science Times

Since the light bulb was patented in 1879, mankind has been guided day and night by artificial lighting, now available from television sets to smartphone screens…

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Since the light bulb was patented in 1879, mankind has been guided day and night by artificial lighting, now available from television sets to smartphone screens – and a growing body of research proves their effect on our circadian rhythm.
Basically, using gadgets with screens during nighttime interfere with our ability to get that good night’s sleep. While there are apps and products that supposedly help mitigate the effect of artificial lighting, the relationship between technology and the body…

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