Sunlight’s UV rays damage the health and look of skin. Doctors are still researching the harm done by the screens of the devices that most people use all day. These objects produce blue light. On a biological level, we age when cells stop mending themselves and creating new, healthy cells. Aging can happen in a number of different ways. And cells that aren’t functioning properly are more likely self destruct — which has repercussions not only in terms of looks, but for the whole body,” the New York Post stated. It is the cause of the elderly’s slower healing and deteriorating bones and organs. According to Giebultowicz, the research demonstrates that specific bodily components known as metabolites serve as crucial indications of a cell’s functionality.
Put down the cell phone, a new study advises, if you want your skin to age less quickly and exhibit fewer wrinkles. According to a study published in the journal Frontiers in Aging, blue light from screens on smartphones, computers, and other gadgets “may have detrimental effects on a wide range of cells in our body, from skin and fat cells to sensory neurons.” Jadwiga Giebultowicz is a scientist at Oregon State University. Giebultowicz continued, “Our work implies that avoiding excessive blue light exposure may be an useful anti-aging technique.
These metabolites are produced by the body during the metabolic process, which transforms food and liquids into energy. There is evidence that blue light exposure can change these chemicals. More specifically, the newspaper reported that under strong blue light, researchers discovered that fruit fly succinate, or succinic acid, levels rose while glutamate levels fell. The insects “form an appropriate parallel for people,” according to researchers, because they share the same signalling mechanisms. More blue light was used to expose the flies than is typically available to humans. Giebultowicz stated that further study on human cells is required.