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Bae’s 2nd Fav Feature: Red Light Screen

Bae’s #1 Feature on Your iPhone

Bae’s 2nd Fav Feature: Red Light Screen

Turning your screen red doesn’t blur objects like in the pic. At first, the red will take getting used to. Stick with it, you’ll adapt. 

You’ll want to use this setting if you’re on the phone at night (sunset is 7:40 pm today and getting sooner daily) while Bae is trying to sleep. Keep Bae happy. 

In addition to keeping your screen red at night for Bae, anytime you’re indoors, is also a good time to switch it to red. 

How to Set up the Red Screen

Display Accommodations > Color Filters 

Next, enable “Color Filters” with the switch at the top of the screen, then select “Color Tint” as your filter. From here, scroll down just a little further, then use the Intensity and Hue sliders to make the red effect more prominent. Both should be in the far right position for maximum redness (best for your health).

Bae’s 3rd Fav Feature: Night Shift

Night Shift is the JV way to reduce blue light coming from your phone. You can read more here

You’ll want to use the Night Shift feature on your phone whenever you’re adventuring with Bae when the sun is up and you’re using the Maps app on your phone. Bae won’t be able to see details on the Maps app with the red screen when the sun is up. Sunlight drowns out details when your phone screen is red. Keep Bae happy. 

How to set up Night Shift

Go to Settings > Display & Brightness > Night Shift. On the same screen, you can schedule a time for Night Shift to turn on automatically and adjust color temperature.

Cornerman Tip for Night Shift

Schedule your Night Shift from 1:00 AM to 12:59 PM (see above). When you do this, you’ll always be filtering some blue light unless you switch Night Shift off completely.  

If you’re rollin’ with a Droid,
check out this article to keep Bae happy. 

Bae’s lovin’ this Shortcut for Night Shift and Red Screen

Your and Bae’s time is precious. So here’s a shortcut that’ll save you time allowing you to switch back and forth quickly between Night Shift and red light screen quickly. Keep Bae happy.  

Here’s How You Set up the Shortcut!

Once you’ve set up the shortcut, you can tap Color Filters or Reduce White Point to change light frequency and intensity on your iPhone. 

The above features are a step in the right direction as far as protecting your health, but not optimal. One additional thing that I would recommend that you do is to wear the sexy reds after sunset–even if you have the red filter on your phone and Reduce White Point on. With the red filter on and Reduce White Point on, your phone is still producing blue and green light which jack up your sleep and hormone mojo. 

Keep Bae happy. 

Bae’s 3rd Fav Feature: Airplane Mode

Another feature Bae will be stoked that you use is airplane mode. When you switch your phone to airplane mode you decrease radiofrequency waves (electromagnetic field) from your phone. Please know that Bae won’t be able to get a hold of you by text for call when airplane mode in employed. Keep Bae happy. 

All kinds of literature on EMF’s effects on our healthbrains, and sex hormones and more. And insects. And killing the freakin’ bees. And more bees. And jacking up your attention and concentration

And here we are jacking up a bird’s compass (more reader-friendly than above and below). 

Oh, but don’t worry it’s jacking up man too

And if you have autoimmune dis and dat it’ll really jack you up. 

This stuff is straigh up gangster. Here read how it  jacks up your mood, your thinking, your sleep, eventually leading to psychiatric disorders

Airplane mode, baby! Airplane mode!

Your cells work electrically. An electromagnetic field that you are in has an effect on your physiology. Here’s a book that’ll give you the heebie-jeebies. 

Here are two more books with all kinds of lute on this topic. Here and here

Let’s keep Bae happy. 

Swipe your finger up from the top right edge to activate Control Center. 
Tap the airplane icon! 

Have an awesome weekend!

Your Cornerman with love,

Dr. Thoma


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