Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Could simply sleeping by your phone be the reason you aren’t getting better sleep?
Waking up randomly in the middle of the night and sleeping with your cell phone could be more correlated than you think.
According to the National Sleep Foundation approximately 95 percent of Americans use an electronic device within an hour of going to sleep. To get a sounder sleep, avoid using your phone up to an hour before bedtime or remove it from your room at night.
Your phone’s noise and light could cause sleep cycle disruptions and alter sleep-related hormone levels, which could ultimately result in sleep deprivation. To find out if you are sleep deprived, take this test.
In addition to removing your phone from your bedroom at night, try Protect-A-Bed’s Luxury Mattress Protector for a better night’s rest. It will keep you cool and comfortable while you get some quality shut-eye.
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