Children's eyes are much more sensitive to blue light because, until the age of 14-15, their eyes are not yet fully developed. The crystalline lens of the eye — the flexible lens behind the iris that allows us to focus — is more transparent in children. Children also have larger pupils. So, their eyes are completely unprotected and taking in higher levels of potent, high-energy blue light waves.
On top of this, we know children, tweens and teens are more likely to use digital devices and have more time to spend in front of screens.
Couple all that with their changing and developing brain and circadian rhythm - it's a recipe for disaster.
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