Blue lights from cell phones, computers, overhead lights etc. does the following:
Blocking artificial light from your eyes from screens is the highest priority, but from your skin as well.
The benefits of direct sunlight (no sun cream) and or Vitamin D supplements are widely written about… and make sense. Those reading this with children know that pediatric doctors tell you get your newborn out in the sun… so why stop? I am not advocating extended periods in direct sunlight or any experience that will lead to getting sunburn however the benefits of direct sunlight include –
I indicated on my how page that to me your gut feel matters and for this I personally think of the days I have in the outdoors and usually out in the sun… feel better or worse at the end of the day?
I live in a tropical country and so have a few times a day out in the sun for a few minutes at a time… and I try and do this barefoot. I am aware this is contrary to WHO guidelines so please read the disclaimer and make your own decision. If you follow these guidelines the darker you are the more time you’ll need.
If you are not able to get sensible amounts of direct sunlight regularly you want to consider Vitamin D supplements.