It’s no doubt that we are using our devices almost all the time, especially before going to bed. Screens produce blue light, which mimics the sunlight and sends mixed signals to our brains about the bed time. As a result, we may not be able to sleep, even though we have put the head on the pillow thirty minutes ago. F.lux is a free app for Mac, Windows, Linux, Android, and iPad, which fixes this: It regulates the screen color of your device and mimics the sunlight during the day, and indoor-like lights during the night.
It is a lightweight app, that’s worth giving a try. At least, for a couple of days I have used it myself for a few years now, and have benefited a lot from it. Chances are that you may also need this app in your device and let yourself have better sleep at night.
When you do not have a good night’s sleep, then the next day can be a real mess: You may bo unfocused, having a bad mood, feeling tired and not have the willingness to be productive. On the other hand, when you have had a good night sleep and rested well, you are probably going to feel a lot better, have better focus and productivity in general.
When you install this app, you need to tell it what kind of lightning you have and where you live. This way, it will figure out the time of the sunrise and sunsets and then use them to determine the color of the screen in your device.
It may seem something really simple, but has the opportunity to improve the quality of your sleep.
You can learn more and download and install it by going to the this link.