The impending iOS 9.3 contains a large number of innovations, but one of its features definitely deserves attention. Owners of mobile devices from Apple will have at its disposal the so-called “night mode”, which will have a positive impact on their wellbeing and quality of sleep.
The display of almost every gadget emits blue color that absolutely does not affect the person during the day, but can have negative effects in the night time.
Blue light displays on iPhone and iPad confuses our biological clock: while using your smartphone or tablet before bedtime, the human body blocks the production of the hormone melatonin to help him sleep. Insufficient amount of melatonin leads to sleep problems.
Numerous studies of the influence of the blue spectrum on human health relate the effect of unwanted radiation with the development of heart disease, diabetes, obesity and even cancer. Harvard scientists by changing the intensity of biological processes managed to fix the increased level of sugar in the blood and decreased production responsible for the onset of satiety hormone leptin in 10 subjects.
According to the author of the portal Cult of Mac Killian bell, his health has improved significantly after he started using “night mode” in the beta version of iOS 9.3.
When the mode “Night shift” is activated, the display of the iPhone and iPad gets an orange tint, which does not affect image quality. If at bedtime you like to read, play games or watch videos, then night mode is a must for you. You will thank not only your eyes but also your loved ones.