People who do not sleep in total darkness are more likely to develop oncology and cardiovascular disease, Russian scientists say, quoted by news agencies. "The link between excessive lighting, especially in large cities, and the risk of developing a wide range of diseases – especially cardiovascular and oncology – is becoming clearer," said somalist Alexander Klinkin, head of the Center for Sleep Medicine at Moscow University.
According to him, light is the main regulator for the production of melatonin hormone. Each cell contains its own clock and has its own cycle that is regulated by melatonin. "If we stay too bright in the evenings or use computer equipment, then it cuts melatonin production later and causes sleep problems," Klinkin said.
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