Originally Posted by nedmoto
I'd like to install a flush mount nightlight in between the the twin beds on a 25" FBT. I'll need access to behind marked attached photo to mount. I don't necessarily need to remove the panel but I would like to remove the shelf that holds the nightstand to gain access. Any hints?
There's a great deal of medical literature out there from well-known and respected sources to indicate sleeping in light at night stops the production of melatonin. Melatonin, as it turns out, is a tumor inhibitor. It was first discovered in a study of night shift workers and first among them were flight assistants (back then, "stewardesses."). Very high numbers of breast cancer cases and they all slept in light because they didn't have absolute dark in the daytime. I'd sleep in the dark.