If it’s science, then why are scientists constantly changing their minds? Stephen Warwick on another research paper that contradicts previous research papers:
Research from the University of Manchester suggests that blue light may not be as disruptive to our sleeping patterns as originally thought, and in some cases, may even be more beneficial than yellow and white.
So, these blue light filters in my cataract lenses are not helping? But I don’t have eye strain?
According to the team, using dim, cooler, lights in the evening and bright warmer lights in the day may be more beneficial to our health.
That explains it. Good lighting helps no matter what.