Originally Posted by midnight77
well well what do we have here, sir?
took me less than ONE minute. What now. Hmm?
eHow is like Wikipedia, where anyone can write anything. Except there's no editing! Once you write an article it's just there. People write these because eHow pays people (anyone) money to contribute them. So people tend to write lots of "articles" about **** they know nothing about, and get everything wrong.
The article writer is simply 100% wrong. From her own references:
"Melatonin production is controlled by light exposure. Your brain should secrete more in the evening, when it’s dark, to make you sleepy, and less during the day when it’s light and you want to stay awake and alert."
The "article" author's own biography says:
"Her areas of expertise include event tickets, Internet marketing and Web development. She attended the University of the Fraser Valley, studying business."
Sorry dude.Light suppresses melatonin production. Darkness promotes melatonin production.
Miss Menard's commentary, which directly contradicts the Mayo Clinic, WebMD, and the National Institute of Health, is just wrong.
I can't believe you're arguing this. The mind boggles.