Night Light: Yes, Bright Light: No!
Children’s circadian clocks are extremely sensitive to disruption
Ruth Steer |
Evening or night-time exposure to bright light is known to suppress melatonin production – and result in sleep disruption. Now, research by a team at the University of Boulder, Colorado, USA, suggests that young children may be more sensitive to this effect. And it could be because of their eyes.
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