Are the digital sweets in Candy Crush making you gain weight? If you find yourself glued to your iPad well into the evening, then it’s quite possible. Night-time exposure to blue-enriched light, the type emitted from computer screens, smartphones, and tablets, has recently been linked to increased hunger, decreased sleepiness, and insulin resistance, says a study published in the journal Sleep. Make an effort to unplug in the PM hours, especially around bed-time when the urge to snack can be the most tempting.
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