Antidepressants might fail if you use your phone in bed, study suggests


Antidepressants might work by increasing users' sensitivity to light, an Australian study suggests.

If true – and the research is still at an early stage – this means users need to seek out sunlight for the medication to work best.

But, conversely, artificial light at night – such as blue light from a phone screen – might stop the medication working.

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