New lightbulb technology might help treat sleep disorders, reports the New York Times.
As technology for LED lighting improves, companies are making more dynamic lighting that adjusts as you go through your day. Last spring, Apple introduced Night Shift so users can reduce the amount of blue light emitted from iPad and iPhone screens. Lighting Science has produced a line of biological bulbs that give off light meant to complement the circadian rhythm, not disrupt it. The light that emanates from the Sleepy Baby bulb, for example, does not interfere with melatonin production, the hormone that helps you and your baby sleep. The Awake and Alert bulb helps users, well, stay awake.
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