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Here's How Your Smartphone Light Messes With Your Body
 

Here's How Your Smartphone Light Messes With Your Body

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There’s something incredibly powerful about the blue lights that the designers of our smartphone, tablet, and laptop screens have been able to create.
 
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6 Nov 2016 - General
 
When I've had such a long and tiring day, and desperately need sleep, I put my phone on silent. I am a light sleeper and sometimes I wake up even at the faintest notification. It's a slippery slope. I'm an insomniac, as it is, and if I have further distraction from my phone, then that's good luck to finding sleep. Anyway, I broke my iPad and so instead of reading ebooks, I have been back to reading actual books these days and I find sleep earlier this way---unless I'm too ea...
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We live in an era wherein everyone multi-tasks and tries to be productive at all times. However, it is really ideal to get rid of our gadgets right before we sleep. Unfortunately, I am also guilty about this because I like reading before I sleep. I use the night mode in my gadget that eliminates blue light (I use it even daytime). However, I am not really sure if this has any effect on improving sleep since I have insomnia and I am not a good subject for this. Does anyone here in the community u...
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Alan Rosmadi You suggestion of keeping the phone away from your reach is also helpful when you are a deep sleeper. There have been many a times that I have slept past the set time, only to find out an hour later that I indeed have got up turned the alarm off and slept back! I used to do that a while back and it really helped. And it makes you less likely to use the phone before sleep and also you don't get di...
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With the evolution of this technical era, the electronic devices have got much closer than the beloved ones. Most of the people have got used to use their mobile phones for few minutes sometimes it would extend into few hours before they sleep. But there are several bad effects on their health as you mentioned above. It disrupts the circadian rhythm and causes blurry vision, poor focusing, dry eyes, and pain in eye muscles. Not only that, most of the people experience neck pain and back pain wit...
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Actually it is now a habit of most of the people. Even I have the bad habit of going to bed with smartphone and keep it just at the side of my pillow. Nowadays, we are being dependant on smartphone. Many of our daily works depends on smartphone now and we can't think of a day without it. But actually this is not good for our health.Insomnia or sleep disturbance is becoming prevalent day by day and smartphone is related with this. Checking facebook or email , browsing web at bedtime impair th...
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Any sort of blue light from gadgets like tablets, laptops and smart phones can disrupt sleep and lead to poor sleep quality. I think the use of such devices has contributed to sleep problems and a population that is more active at night than in the daytime. I myself am guilty of this, as I tend to work on my laptop even late into the night, causing me to have problems with getting quality sleep. If using your smart phone or laptops at night is a necessity, though, there are apps that can help sc...
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If you're spending each night sleeping with your phone, stop. I think there are still ways to improve your body even by using your phone at night. Such are;
1. Like many, we haven't used an alarm clock on our bedside table for years, but that doesn't mean you have to rely on that phone to wake you up! Simply move your phone further away. The distance means you're less likely to use your phone right before bed, and helps cut down on your exposure to radiation.
2. But what...
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You may be already reading this post on your smartphone lying in the dark in your bedroom. Did we ever really stop to notice that this habit might actually be bad for your health. Smartphones have grown bigger and brighter and we are getting more addicted to our smartphones every passing day. I myself go to bed with the smartphone and browse some web pages till I fall asleep. But apparently smartphone light can disrupt your sleep cycle like an artificially induced sort of jet lag. No wonder why ...
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