Sleep well without electronics-GOQii

I’m not going to quote here an article telling you that the radiation from the wreckage of electronics is sleeping. I’m here to tell you that it really is. Limit. And for the current generation, that’s a bad scenario!

Why should you believe me?

Now, after reading this article, postpone your WiFi, network and call connections for 2 hours before going to bed. Try to measure your sleep quality. Ask yourself if you slept deeply or if you were disturbed at bedtime. It has been tried and tested, you sleep much deeper and better.

Using a TV, tablet, smartphone, laptop, or other electronic device before bedtime can slow down your body clock and reduce sleep-inducing melatonin release.

Radiation from mobile phones delays and reduces sleep, causing headaches and confusion. The “brilliance” from electronics works against the high-quality Shut Eye. A small amount of light from these devices passes through the retina and reaches part of the hypothalamus (the area of ​​the hypothalamus). It slows the release of the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin (the brain that controls some sleep activity).

Many of us are watching TV shows in a rush. Studies have shown that people identified as Binge-watching have fatigue, symptoms of insomnia, poor sleep quality, and increased arousal before bedtime. Further analysis found that Binge-watching was 98% more likely to have poor sleep quality than those who did not consider themselves to be Binge-watching.

The game is the worst for all ages. Video games seemed to contribute to sleep disorders, even when children watched and played during the day. Activities such as television and games excite you, and often you end up disturbing your sleep patterns and sleeping late. If you are in your twenties and thirties and you can sleep well in this scenario, my suggestion is to stop now. Television and computer monitors can prevent melatonin levels from rising normally due to screen brightness. Before bedtime, both adults and young people should be calm.

Why does everyone need to care about good sleep?

Sleep is important for repairing your body, regaining your health, and getting ready for the next day. Getting enough rest can also help prevent excessive weight gain, heart disease, and increased duration of illness. It is a very important part of healing.

Are we all proposing to stop using electronic devices? It’s hell!However, you can

  1. Turn off WiFi 4-5 hours before going to bed
  2. Try to reduce the use of all electronic devices 4-5 hours before bedtime and eventually stop using them. Maybe go back to your landline!
  3. Games and play outside the home are “yes” and all age groups are “no” on the phone.
  4. You can read books and newspapers and chat with your friends
  5. Meditation is one of the best options before bedtime as it provokes your healing process and restores your body, mind and emotions.

If you want to experience a truly perfect sleep, spend 6-8 hours away from technology and 16-18 hours the rest of the day you really need.

I hope this article will help you sleep well. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below! For more information on sleep, check out Healthy Reads or watch a LIVE session with GOQii Play experts.


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