People who do not sleep in full darkness are more likely to develop oncology and cardiovascular diseases, say Russian scientists, quoted by press agencies. "The relationship between excessive illumination, mainly in large cities and the risk of developing various diseases – mostly cardiovascular and oncological – becomes clearer," said Somaliologist Alexander Kalinkin, head of the Sleeping Center at the University of Moscow.
According to him, light is the main regulator for the production of melatonin hormones. Each cell contains its own clock, its cycle is regulated by melatonin. "If we stay too bright in the evening or use computer equipment, we will later reduce the production of melatonin and cause sleep problems," said Kalink.
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