Wireless radiation impacts sleep length and quality. Sleep quality has a profound impact on learning and memory. Research also shows that exposure to wireless radiation results in delayed entrance into deep non-REM sleep and to a decreased time spent in certain sleep stages.
This radiation also can inhibit a hormone called melatonin which regulates sleep cycles. The light from computer screens, electronics and even the steetlight outside your bedroom window also impacts our sleep quality.
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