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Hi Tar. I'd also mention reducing exposure to blue light in the hour before bed and using BL filters.
I have a paperwhite Kindle, does that mess with melatonin levels does anyone know?
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Anecdotal, but my best friend would agree. She sleeps when needed. If wakes up in wee hours. Does not fight it. Gets up and does something. Lids get heavy. Goes back to sleep. Feels OK mornings.
The thing is - to get up and do something would require putting a light on - surely that would further reduce someones change of getting back to sleep. 🤔
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The thing is - to get up and do something would require putting a light on - surely that would further reduce someones change of getting back to sleep. 🤔
Thats a good point and in a lot of the books on sleep problems they recommend you use a small flashlight to make your way around. It's a small issue really as the main thing is that you get up and do not stay there tormented.
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