The world’s largest study on light exposure and its impact on mental health, with almost 87,000 participants, has found that increased exposure to Artificial Light at Night increases a person’s risk for psychiatric disorders such as anxiety, bipolar, and PTSD severity as well as self-harm. Importantly, the study also found that increasing exposure to daytime light can act as a non-pharmacological means for reducing psychosis risk. In those exposed to high amounts of light at night, the risk of depression increased by 30%—while those who were exposed to high amounts of light during the day reduced their risk of depression by 20%. Similar patterns of results were seen for self-harm behavior, psychosis, bipolar disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and PTSD. Humans today challenge this biology, spending around 90% of the day indoors under electric lighting, which is too dim during the day and too bright at night compared to natural light and dark cycles. It is confusing our bodies and making us unwell.

Commentary on Artificial Light at Night:

For 2.8 million years, we evolved, adapted, and were one with light, dark, nature, movement, magnetism, tribes, and animal protein/fat… Only in the last 30-35 years have we more grossly abandoned, even renounced, our ancestral way of living. It’s not a food issue, yet that does play a part. It’s about abandoning our innate and required way of living. Without living in this way, being part of nature, we are corrupted, and our mitochondrial DNA becomes corrupted, and disease and death are the designed preprogrammed outcomes.

Knowingly or unknowingly, living a life not of the natural world or its design is tantamount to saying I want to die. That said, 90% of modern humans live their lives indoors. The facts speak for themselves. Now you know the truth. Act on it or accept your fate. Also see – Sculpted By Light, Killed By Our Choices.

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