According to the research which was conducted by the Sleep in Early Childhood Research Group at the Queensland University of Technology, our internal body clock, also called the circadian clock, depends on exposure to light and the timing of the exposure. The circadian clock impacts our sleep patterns, weight gain or loss, hormonal changes and our mood.
Research further said that it looks like it is not just food or exercise affecting your body mass index. Improving your lifestyle by decreasing your time in front of TV and tablets can help you keep in shape too.
Researchers have displayed that it is not just natural light from the sun, artificial light such as The report further said that the ones from the tablets, mobile phones, night lights, and television can impact our body mass.
It said that the modern children are exposed to more environmental light than any previous generation. This increase in light exposure has paralleled global increases in obesity," Cassandra Pattinson, from the university, explained.