Who are we?

Cate Gray first became interested in biological clocks and our daily rhythms while studying Neuroscience at Edinburgh University.

She took a course in Sleep and Circadian Rhythms which introduced her to the workings of the internal clock and melatonin production. She learnt about the link between light at night and cancer risk and how our own bodies melatonin inhibits cancer in a multitude of ways. She believes the scientific evidence is overwhelming yet it has not reached the public domain.

Her goal is to make people aware of the dangers of the misuse of light at night, and to help people get  their health back by getting the optimum melatonin each night.

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