Is this really a question, seriously? But, today, we are going to debunk what most people believe “blue light does not disrupt your sleep”. It is ridiculously funny that there are people out there thinking that it is all a myth, when scientists have dedicated their whole lives searching about said lights. Well, your body has an internal clock that controls your circadian rhythm — the 24-hour biological cycle that impacts multiple functions. It most significantly determines when your body is prepared for either sleep or consciousness.
However, in order for your circadian rhythm to adjust and change, it requires signals from the environment, particularly from daylight and darkness. Your eyes' sensors are stimulated by blue light, which causes them to send messages to your brain's internal clock. To summarize things up, your brain is fooled into thinking it is still daytime because of blue light exposure at night, which then suppresses the production of melatonin and decreases the quality of your sleep. And by decreased production of it, your sleep will likely get disrupted at night. Yikes. You do not want your sleep to get compromised, do you?