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White 16 inch Oscillating Pedestal (Stand) Fan £11.22 Delivered @ Amazon/Ryness

Might not be the right season for it, but the price sure is right. Besides, fans bought/used in the summer go in storage in winters, so why not grab yourself a bargain this winter for the next summer?…
no_Sunshine Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago2 Comments
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I'm not a fan ;)
Too many bad reviews, but great price though
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(24.99 + 1.20 p&p) Konstsmide / REINDEER with 40 LEDs, 38cm tall - 3D Christmas decoration, indoor/outdoor £26.19

Great design. Free standing light up acrylic reindeer From the world-renowned Konstsmide range. 38cm tall, 27cm wide Indoor or Outdoor use (transformer needs to be indoors) 5m of cable from trans…
aegj2002 Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago43 Comments
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Lovely. Thanks for posting.
You caught a White Candycane Flamedeer!
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You caught a White Candycane Flamedeer!
Great for target practice . . . in a family friendly Disney kinda way. oO
sweet lovely not deer either cheers me deers thank you :3

Cant sleep? Try This...Natural Melatonin Release Light Amazon Orange spiral 13W SES Energy Saving Bulb £5.19 Delivered

Orange spiral 13W SES Energy Saving Bulb This type of light triggers the natural chemical Melatonin So if you are an inmsomniac give this a bash...recommended for an hour before shutdown...
Bashop Avatar4y, 1w agoFound 4 years, 1 week ago26 Comments
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Just to add to this post as I dont want to post incorrect information...to get this light to really work you would probably need to stay off the laptop and have this light much closer to you than the tv to block out any blue light. Even better this as the only light source...The Main use of this colour from the spectrum is that it blocks out visible and invisible blue light not that the orange itself triggers melotonin release but it should still be effective
I lay right on the edge of my mattress. I soon drop off :p
its 5 quid how much are the philips light? you are correct in what is said about blue light. from my recallection some blue light is not visible although present through tv lightbulbs and other stuff. The orange light is supposed to counter act this thus its effect
How can putting a light on help you sleep????


"Production of melatonin by the pineal gland is inhibited by light to the retina and permitted by darkness. Its onset each evening is called the dim-light melatonin onset (DLMO).
It is principally blue light, around 460 to 480 nm, that suppresses melatonin,[32] proportional to the light intensity and length of exposure. Until recent history, humans in temperate climates were exposed to few hours of (blue) daylight in the winter; their fires gave predominantly yellow light. Wearing glasses that block blue light in the hours before bedtime may avoid melatonin loss. Kayumov et al. showed that light containing only wavelengths greater than 530 nm does not suppress melatonin in bright-light conditions.[33] Use of blue-blocking goggles the last hours before bedtime has also been advised for people who need to adjust to an earlier bedtime, as melatonin promotes sleepiness.[34]"

So there is nothing to say that these bulb 'trigger melatonin production'; at best they are less likely to inhibit melatonin release than bright white light. It seems to me that the brightness of the light is more important than the colour of the light:-

"Results were clear, showing that exposure to room light before bedtime shortened melatonin duration by about 90 minutes, compared to dim light exposure. In addition, the researchers say, exposure to room light during the usual hours of sleep suppressed melatonin levels by more than 50%." link
Why even in literature they always say about insomnia? Why nearly never about hypersomnia. My minimum is 8h but normally sleep 10h even more and still tired. And can't help myself. I wish to sleep only 5hrs and feel fresh....

Check up with GP to check that there is not a "medical" cause then the usual things to do are:

Avoid Caffeine
Regular Routine
Avoid alcohol / drug intake
Quiet time before bed (? reading)

As you may gather from the above list - excercise is often the key - makes you more alert, improves mood, greater sense of wellbeing etc. etc.
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