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Like to just check your phone one last time before going to bed? According to Skye Gould and Kevin Loria on techinsider.io “It may be hard to stop, but looking at your phone at night is a terrible idea.” The blue light is strong enough to confuse your brain into thinking the sun is still up, and the brain puts off the production of melatonin, which is the hormone that tells your body to sleep. No (or delayed) melatonin production means its harder to fall asleep and stay asleep, and the ‘quality’ of sleep is less. That last phone check may also lead to other serious health problems.


Other potential problems:

  • Distracted and impaired memory function the next day
  • Long-term decreased ability to sleep
  • retina damage
  • cataracts
  • increased risk of breast and prostate cancer
  • increased obesity risk
  • more prone to depression

Read More : techinsider.io