One very common stressor in today's world is computers. There is nothing more stressing and debilitating than staring your PC monitor endlessly for long hours. Research has also shown that children who watch televisions and computers for long hours have significantly lower melatonin levels. The chief hormone responsible for regulating sleep and other vital body functions. Our body needs natural light to function optimally. With advent of computers and televisions, the amount of exposure to natural light has drastically reduced. Although computers have become an essential part of our lives, we can however reduce our exposure to them by avoiding spending idle time (chatting, games, etc,), taking regular breaks and getting as much natural light as possible.