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      I read that we should avoid using screens before bed because the bright lights can make sleeping difficult. My Question is that does using f.lux help?

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      So far I don't think there have been any scientific studies reviewing the effectiveness of this freeware, but the claims it makes seem plausible: it's effect are noticeable especially when it comes to reducing eye-strain and toning some colors and bright of the screen that can be particularly disruptive to your sleep.
      It won't fix all your problems (after all, a screen is always a screen unless you are using e-readers like kindles), but it will help!
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      I have F.lux. I find it helps quite a bit; I don't feel so wired after using the laptop before bed. But like Zoth said--best to not use the screen before bed.

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