You may want to check your Facebook status or Twitter to tweet your friends before going to bed, but have you considered that your Smartphone’s Screen Brightness at night can cause you Brain Damage? Well, it’s hard to stop from staring at your smartphone before bed, but it is definitely a terrible idea for you!
The latest technology has emerged with some severe engineering that can emit bright Blue Light, so that you can see the display even in the sunniest sunlit environment. The past smartphones were not like these, as our technology is growing more advanced we have to figure out some prominent solutions for the Smartphone’s screen brightness.
But have you imagined or got yourself some time to rethink this? The bright blue light can confuse your brain as it emits the brightness of the sun.
This bad habit may cause your brain to stop the melatonin production. Direct exposure of the blue light can even cause damage to the retina of the users. According to The American Macular Degeneration Foundation, “It needs to warn the users about the retinal Damage caused by Blue Light may lead to macular degeneration, which can cause the loss of central vision.” The message clearly reminds that, you may lose your vision just because of using excessive amounts of brightness at night time. And it is common that, on high brightness our retina gets squeezed to protect the eye sensor.
So, if you are habituated to read a novel on your phone or tablet or even in laptops make sure you turn on the lights on dim and read the articles. It can give you the perfect comfort zone and can save your retina.