Continual exposure to back lit screens reduces melatonin production in the retina and stimulates the ARAS, telling your brain its day time, all the time.
Blue light inhibits Melatonin synthesis. Melatonin resupplies the brain with adequate amounts of sulphate and is also integrally connected to glutathione up-regulation, a primary antioxidant of the brain.
Our tip: Don’t use your technology (phone, laptop etc.) just before bed and turn them off. Also remember to turn off your Wi-Fi before bed; this is a non-native-Electromagnetic frequency which is damaging to the cells of the body.
Too much time indoors reduces exposure of the eye and skin to Full Spectrum Sunlight. This alters important hormone and sulphate production.
The brain requires sulphates to clear itself of debris and toxins.
Our tip: try to get at least 15-20 minutes of sunlight exposure each day. This could be eating outdoors on your lunch break, or taking a short walk after work.