We made a list of 3 bright things that can light up the way you sleep
Light Control - dedicate a moment of thought to the lighting around you every once in a while. Dim the lights when night is starting to fall, limit screen light exposure closer to bedtime, and don’t forget to make sure you have enough light throughout the day.
Natural light - make sure you spend enough time with an appropriate exposure to natural light. If you spend your days in a space of few windows and more fluorescent lights, take a moment and go out in the sun. This is a choice of naturally improving your circadian rhythm, sounds worthy!
Blue light avoidance - limit and reduce the amount of time you spend with blue light exposure. You can use blue light filters, night modes (usually available for electronic devices) and physical blockers to prevent the blue light from arriving to your eyes (yes, a shirt to cover that little blue light of the TV will work perfectly).
By those 3 choices, each by itself or all together, one can choose to avoid melatonin disruption and to upgrade the quality of sleep to get the ultimate night’s sleep, and the best version of the next day.