We cannot live without them, right? I am talking about your cell phone. Some of us have even taken to sleeping with our phones. I am guilty of that, but that could be the worst thing you could do if you want to get a good restful night’s sleep. Not only does the urge to keep rechecking your social media accounts interrupt your sleep patterns.
😴📱Scientists are just beginning to dig into all the effects cell phone use has on our health … including obesity, heart disease, brain changes, depression, and more. But one thing they do know is that the blue light that comes from screens can severely impact the quality and quantity of our sleep! If you still have children at home, now is the time to get them in the habit of putting their phones away before going to bed. If the urge is too high to see who liked, shared, or commented on your last post, I am raising my hand, then recharging them in another room is a great way to break the habit.
If you want to get a great night’s sleep. And who doesn’t, 😳📵😴try to put your phone (and tablets and TVs!) away for at least an hour before you go to bed, so your brain gets a break from the blue light, which can make you want to stay awake!
With Peace and Love,
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