rockmsedrik t1_j7n1326 wrote

Agreed, best to have forms of RF away from sleep spaces, current situation has a single room for both work and sleep, so black out curtness, sound absorbing wall blankets, and blacking out all BLUE LED's on things. Even the RED LEDs on power strips are too bright now. Have to tape over them as well.

Thankful to Lévoit Air purifiers for having the option to TURN OFF the LED panel. Also thankful to Govee humidifier for having a "LED panel brightness, and schedule on and off" settings.

More electronics need to think about the brightness in dark rooms. Light pollution is a ongoing battle.


rockmsedrik t1_j7lnoor wrote

Blue LEDs have replaced amber tone activity lights in most electronics, and the disturbance to sleep patterns is evident in everyone’s behaviors globally. I have to tape over nearly every LED on every piece of electronics to tone it down enough. Otherwise it illuminates an entire area if the lights are turned off.

Blue LEDs are the scourge to sleep.