Over 77% of Americans are losing sleep over the pandemic, a study of over 1,000 individuals between 18 and 65 years old reports. The isolation, disruptions to our daily routine, and increase in feelings of anxiety (which can lead to acute insomnia) are all part of the problem. But our phone use — especially when close to bedtime — is also partly to blame.
Think about it: Our phones are repositories for all sorts of things that can stress us out, like coronavirus-related news alerts. There’s also the problem of blue light, which is the intense wavelength of light our
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