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Yes: Short version is that you have light receptors in your eyes that you're not consciously aware of that are sensitive to blue light in the 460-480nm range & have a direct effect on sleep patterns. Exposing yourself to blue light at night time will delay the onset of sleep.

See the f.lux webpages for some references.




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