Bright light exposure before night shift cuts fatigue and errors: study

Nurses in the study also reported sleeping better after their night shift, researchers say.
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Light exposure therapy may help to reduce fatigue and errors in nurses working night shifts, according to a study published in Sleep Health.

Researchers from McGill University in Montreal, Canada evaluated whether light exposure in the evening before a night shift could improve work performance, mood and fatigue in 57 full-time nurses with rapidly rotating rosters.