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By Dave From Paleohacks
Creator of the Paleohacks Cookbook

Do you leave your computer, tablet or TV switched on in the bedroom, as you drift off to sleep each night? Millions of people do--without understanding the dramatic health consequences.

Yet, they all do something which causes harm in humans. The blue light they emit impairs restful sleep. How? Exposure to blue light prevents the release of melatonin, which is an essential hormone associated with sleep.
Unfortunately, blue light not only suppresses melatonin production and sleep. It’s considered “carcinogenic pollution” and a recent study on mice shows blue light correlates with higher cancer rates.

A lack of melatonin is linked to higher rates of breast, ovarian, and prostate cancers, while blocking blue rays with amber glasses is linked to lower cancer rates.

Not only is sleep impacted. It also negatively influences thermoregulation, blood pressure and glucose homeostasis.
Exposure significantly impacts your own mood.

Blue light exposure may be playing a role in the higher incidence of cataracts and macular degeneration seen today.
How Your Sleep is Compromised
Ordinarily, the pineal gland, a pea-size organ in the brain, begins to release melatonin a couple of hours before your regular bedtime. The hormone is no sleeping pill, but it does reduce alertness, making sleep more inviting.

Light,. especially that of the blue variety, can keep the pineal gland from releasing melatonin, thus warding off sleepiness and stopping you nodding off.

You don’t have to be staring directly at a television or computer screen: If enough blue light hits the eye, even after being reflected around the room, the gland can stop releasing melatonin.


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Recently, researchers conducted an experiment to uncover the effects on your brain of getting 8, 6 and just 4 hours of sleep a night.

The person enjoying a full 8 hours of uninterrupted slumber woke bright and alert the next morning. Their mind stayed sharp and clear throughout the day.

But on just two hours LESS sleep a night, the difference was dramatic! After 2 weeks surviving on 6 hours sleep, the participant showed similar reaction times to a person with a poor blood alcohol concentration.

Lack of sleep caused them to
act as if they were drunk!

And for the person on 4 hours? Well, their minds just couldn’t cope. They kept collapsing and falling asleep during the day.

If you use your brain for a living, this should scare you. Lack of sleep can impair your brain in 2 ways:

1.  it slows down attention, alertness, concentration, reasoning, and problem solving.

2. Insomnia kills your memory. While you sleep, your memory consolidates its contents. During the day you take in new knowledge, while at night your memory solidifies and strengthens neural connections that form brainwaves.
If you want to learn something, you’ll learn it better with sleep!

As well as strengthening your memory, your brain reorganizes and restructures memories, resulting in magnified creativity.
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Better sleep makes you more money!


According to two graduate researchers at the University of California, San Diego, an increase of just one hour of sleep can eventually boost your earnings by 17%!  The same amount as a year of education.

Don’t you owe it to yourself to at least check it out and discover what a full, natural, quality night’s sleep feels like? Ever wondered why cats spend about 22 hours a day sleeping?

It’s the best “drug” there is.
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Is

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Insomnia?


By Dave From Paleohacks
Creator of the Paleohacks Cookbook

Do you leave your computer, tablet or TV switched on in the bedroom, as you drift off to sleep each night? Millions of people do--without understanding the dramatic health consequences.

Yet, they all do something which causes harm in humans. The blue light they emit impairs restful sleep. How? Exposure to blue light prevents the release of melatonin, which is an essential hormone associated with sleep.
Unfortunately, blue light not only suppresses melatonin production and sleep. It’s considered “carcinogenic pollution” and a recent study on mice shows blue light correlates with higher cancer rates.

A lack of melatonin is linked to higher rates of breast, ovarian, and prostate cancers, while blocking blue rays with amber glasses is linked to lower cancer rates.

Not only is sleep impacted. It also negatively influences thermoregulation, blood pressure and glucose homeostasis...
Exposure significantly impacts your own mood...
Lower melatonin in mice is linked with higher rates of depression...
And blue light exposure may be playing a role in the higher incidence of cataracts and macular degeneration seen today...
How Your Sleep is Compromised
Ordinarily, the pineal gland, a pea-size organ in the brain, begins to release melatonin a couple of hours before your regular bedtime. The hormone is no sleeping pill, but it does reduce alertness, making sleep more inviting.

Light,. especially that of the blue variety, can keep the pineal gland from releasing melatonin, thus warding off sleepiness and stopping you nodding off.

You don’t have to be staring directly at a television or computer screen: If enough blue light hits the eye, even after being reflected around the room, the gland can stop releasing melatonin.