Let me start by asking you a question:
- Do you know what Blue Light is?
Well for me the answer to this question above was “No”. I have found countless articles on Blue Light and studies that have been done. One of the articles that stood out was by Chris Kresser:
“It is well established that short-wavelength or “blue” light is the most melatonin-suppressive; this is the type of light typically emitted by devices such as televisions, computer screens, and cellphones. (14, 15) To produce white light, these electronic devices must emit light at short wavelengths, close to the peak sensitivity of melatonin suppression. (16) This means that products such as tablets, smartphones, and other devices with self-luminous electronic displays are major sources for suppressing melatonin at night, thereby reducing sleep duration and disrupting sleep”(Via How artificial light is wrecking your sleep by Chris Kresser)
Now that I have you a little scared and confused on why you have not heard of Blue Light before, there are many solutions. One of them is the SleepShield.
I am not a big fan of screen protectors. I have tried countless brands and felt that they make my screen feel sticky. I like the feeling of my smartphone screen the way it is. I was surprised that the SleepShield felt pretty good on my iPhone.
- Screen Protector
- Anti-Blue Light
- Makes my screen feel smooth
- So far I have slept pretty good since I have had it on
I would really recommend this for everyone to try out. If you are looking to purchase a screen protector then you might as well take the extra step and get an Anti-Blue Light protector which will help you in the long run.
SleepShield is available for many devices out there. Everything from a Kindle – Nintendo 3Ds – Samsung Galaxy S4 and many many more devices.
Yes the SleepShield is TerryMcFly approved.
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