Released this week was some new research. It seems that experts are taking a closer look at how blue light affects our eyes, especially for kids. While blue light-blocking glasses and filters are popular, studies show mixed results. Instead of fretting over blue light, it’s smarter to follow the “20-20-20” rule to rest your eyes and adopt healthy bedtime routines like consistent wake-up times and using various techniques to relax. As I’ve long said, balance is key, so enjoy screens in moderation and take breaks. A good night’s sleep is more about habits than high-tech solutions, so don’t doomscroll in bed!

New research has found that blue light from your smartphone screen won’t keep you up at night. But you still shouldn’t doomscroll in bed—here’s why.

Found at www.wired.com