Melatonin, coffee and electronic devices – what stands between you and a good night’s sleep?

By Professor Grant Schofield One of the most important things to understand in a good night’s sleep is melatonin. Melatonin is a hormone. It’s suppressed during the day when you’re exposed to bright light, particularly light containing blue wavelength light. The blue wavelength light interacts with the eye, travels to the brain and sends the … Continue reading Melatonin, coffee and electronic devices – what stands between you and a good night’s sleep?