Can exposure to light make you feel good, boost your resistance to disease, and make you more alert during the day and better able to sleep soundly at night? Without a doubt. And like that image we see in cartoons, the light bulb is beginning to go on above heads everywhere as the truth becomes more and more apparent: Light plays a crucial role in helping the body function normally and produce the right amount of the essential hormone melatonin. Certainly, nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle are extremely important ingredients needed for maintaining (or rebuilding) health, but what if I told you that, by making some simple changes in regard to your exposure to light, you could feel better, sleep better, and reduce the risk of some serious diseases? Would you do it?
How a Light Bulb Can Help You Sleep Better
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