Content type: Research paper

Brief morning light exposure preceding a day shift is effective in improving performance during the day, sleep at night and reducing fatigue for the preceding two weeks in nurses working shifts.

Cite: Tanaka, K., Takahashi, M., Tanaka, M., Takanao, T., Nishinoue, N., Kaku, A., Kato, N., Tagaya, H. and Miyaoka, H. (2011), Brief Morning Exposure to Bright Light Improves Subjective Symptoms and Performance in Nurses with Rapidly Rotating Shifts. Journal of Occupational Health, 53: 258-266.

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