Hey it’s Scott Alan,
You gotta power down at night.
Researchers at King’s College London and Cardiff University found that using smartphones or tablets before bedtime doubled one’s chance of having their sleep disrupted.
The study also found that smartphones and tablets in bedrooms disrupt sleep even if they are turned off. Dr. Ben Carter of King’s College London said, “Our study provides further proof of the detrimental effect of media devices on both sleep duration and quality, with a regular lack of sleep causing a variety of health problems.”
Power down and get those ZZZ’s.