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Bright light from electronic devices

Bright light from electronic devices

You can get bright light from electronic devices early in the day but it's not enough. You need photons from sunlight

  • If you live in Scandinavia, or in the depths of winter, don't buy an expensive daytime simulator, get one of these led light boxes for drawing they're very inexpensive in comparison;
  • put that on your desk and just look at that thing for a few minutes in the morning. It's not as good, but better than being in the darkness; then when the sun's out getting outside.
  • in winter, you want to go through every bit of effort to double or triple the amount of time that you're spending outside in the morning, so instead of 10 minutes make it 30 minutes.


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