bedtime habits, blue light effects, circadian rhythm, device safety, digital well-being, melatonin disruption, relationship impact, screen time, sleep health, smartphone usage

4 Research-Based Reasons to Avoid Sleeping Next to Your Smartphone

In today’s digital age, your smartphones often feels like an extension of you. Recent data reveals that the average person spends over three hours daily on their phone, with 20 percent dedicating more than 4.5 hours. Alarmingly, 62 percent of adults admit to sleeping with their phones by their side. While these figures might not ...

Nathan Machoka

Smartphone lying on a bedside table next to a lamp while a woman lays in bed asleep.

Sometimes, Getting Up Early Is More Harmful to the Body

Sometimes, getting up early could be more harmful to your body. Why? We all know that “early to bed and early to rise is good for health,” but it might adversely affect your health if you blindly pursue getting up early without considering your specific situation. Some people are not made for getting up early ...

Emma Lu

An alarm clock on a wooden table.