Sleep with the lights on, and the evil will suffer!

Sleep with the lights on, and the evil will suffer!

Children who turn on the lights to sleep or those whose natural clock sleep pattern is disturbed by artificial light may be more likely to develop cancer than ordinary people.

The destructive effects of artificial light on the human body can reduce the body’s melatonin levels.

Melatonin is usually increased at night, which can protect cells from damage, otherwise cells are easily damaged by tumors.

  The increased incidence of childhood leukemia presented by researchers at the Antique Children’s Leukemia Conference in London was linked to exposure to light at night.

Although researchers do not know much about the true cause of leukemia in children, they believe that environmental factors play a huge negative role in children with leukemia.

Compared with 100 years ago, people are now exposed to artificial light more times at night.

  At night, the natural physiological rhythm of direct light disturbs the state, and this biological clock controls the continuous biological process of animals and plants in a 24-hour cycle.

This damage inhibits the normal secretion of melatonin at night.

Melatonin secretion is concentrated between 9 pm and 8 am.

The reduction of melatonin has been related to cellulose growth and its proliferation.

We grow in a light or dark environment.

Melatonin increases sharply at night, which helps the body rest and metabolism.

  If people are exposed to artificial light at night, their ability to secrete melatonin is limited.

Once you go to bed, you should turn off the light until you wake up the next morning.

Without melatonin, the growth of carbohydrates and the destruction of DNA by cellulose will accelerate.

As an antioxidant, melatonin protects DNA from damage caused by oxidation.

Once damaged, DNA may mutate and cancerous.

“Although there is no clear evidence that excessive artificial light is the culprit in increasing the incidence of leukemia in children, especially transformed children, it is indeed a very likely cause.

He said that people take electro-optics for granted, but they didn’t expect electro-optics to be drugs and environmental pollutants.

Excessive electric light does have an impact. People must use electric light with caution during their lifetime, and do not turn on the lights at night when they sleep.

Children should not be allowed to sleep with the lights on. You should also pay attention and try to keep the lights on as little as possible at night.

  Previous studies have shown that some people who work in the electro-optic environment at night have a higher probability of developing breast cancer than ordinary people.

Studies also show that blind people are generally less likely to develop cancer.

Because blind people do not use electric lights at night, the secretion process of melatonin is not affected.