Light pollution refers to the various ways in which artificial light can negatively impact our natural environment. The four most common categories of light pollution are urban glow, glare, light clutter, and light trespass. Urban glow casts an unnatural light over towns and cities, leading nocturnal animals to become disoriented. Workers exposed to an overabundance of nighttime light, such as those on night or swing shifts, tend to be exposed to increased risks for sleep disorders and cancer. Glare and light clutter coming from city lights during sleep can lead to an interruption in the human circadian rhythms, which govern our sleep cycle. This kind of disruption can have numerous negative consequences, including insomnia and depression. Using LED panel lights instead of fluorescents can significantly reduce your exposure to harmful light pollution. LED panel lighting can also be used in public settings to mitigate the environmental effects of light pollution.
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