Long-term exposure to blue-enhanced light would interfere with life
Well, it took me a while to get past all the known data and the doom and gloom, then the "no not really bad" to get to the story.
And Insomnia... We're doomed.Those who study chronobiology, or the effects of biological timing, have found that low levels of blue light can strongly affect the endocrine systems of mammals by causing physiological and alerting responses. Blue-enhanced light is associated with reduced levels of melatonin production and affects circadian rhythms. For these reasons, it is sometimes prescribed to counteract seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or winter depression.