Health: Study Finds Using Light-Emitting Electronic Devices Before Bedtime Could Be Keeping You Awake Longer
Many of us spend hours in front of our electronic devices in the evening hours. Now, a new study finds that could be the reason you’re not getting enough sleep.
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The Morning app wakes you up and instantly lets you know what the weather will be like that day, what your calendar looks like and more.
“The strongest association was found in adults who started marijuana use before age 15,” researchers say.
The Windy app uses 3D audio technology to trick your mind and think that wind is blowing back and forth overhead, lulling you to sleep.
The research revealed that along with the 76 percent of employees that felt tired most days of the week, 40 percent of employees doze off during the day at least once a month, while 15 percent doze off during the day at least one a week.
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Ah, caffeine. We drink it during the day to stay awake, but that can sometimes result in sleepless nights. Now, a new app could help with that problem.