Natural sunlight has a vital role for a balanced biorhythm, telling your body if it is day or night time. As a part of this, it regulates the production of serotonin, the direct precursor to the sleep hormone melatonin. For sufficient melatonin levels at night, it's a good idea to get a healthy 15-30 minute dose of sunlight in the morning and later when the sun is close to its peak.
BLUE LIGHT & MINERALS
🛡️ BLOCK BLUE LIGHT BEFORE BEDTIME
Blue light affects your body's melatonin levels via specialized photoreceptors in your eyes. LED lights emit large amounts of blue light; it is crucial to filter out this kind of light close to bedtime. In case you want to continue watching TV or working on your computer, we recommend using Blue Light Blocking Glasses.
Noise makes your adrenal glands release cortisol, the body's primary stress hormone, reducing your sleep quality. Sounds from 40dB are likely to activate the brain's threat vigilance; consequently, you are aroused and potentially fully awakened. Using earplugs could be a solution to have a quiet sleeping environment if you see disturbances in your sleep.