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Televisions and other devices emit not only blue light, but also electromagnetic radiation or electrosmog. Electromagnetic radiation surrounds us at all times in daily life, but some people claim to be electrosensitive and respond to increased radiation with headaches or other symptoms.

Studies on blue light and electromagnetic radiation

However, studies on the topic of blue light and insomnia should be viewed critically, as our sleep is a very complex process in which many different factors play a role. For example, diet or optimal sleep temperature can also affect sleep and influence study results.

Regarding electromagnetic radiation, no study can yet prove the link between electrosmog and health consequences. However, this does not, of course, exclude that electrosmog can be harmful.

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