Do you sleep with your phone next to you? If you have this habit, watch this video!
It has become a habit, especially among younger people, to sleep with their phones close by.
Under the pillow seems to be the ideal place to put your phone since it is easier to reach it when it rings.
However, what many people don’t know is that sleeping with your phone next to you on the bed can be dangerous for health.
It has already been proven that smartphones emit dangerous radiation that cause alterations in the system of certain self-regulating processes, such as our biological clock or heart rhythm.
Keeping the phone close to us while we sleep can cause an inability to sleep, make us wake up several times during the night, nightmares, etc.
Actually, it can even damage your brain. Did you know that?
Sleeping with your phone next to you can be harmful to your body functions and tends to limit the production of many hormones that are essential to your routine.
And, according to the World Health Organization, electronic devices, in general, are harmful to the body because they produce toxic effects that can increase the chances of developing cancer.
To validate this affirmation, an Australian study showed an important relation between using smartphones and male sterility and reduction of sperm quality.
See now 4 reasons for never sleeping with your phone ever again!
But where do I leave my phone when I go to sleep?
Watch the video to learn more!
Take care from now on!
0:00 Reasons Not to Sleep With Your Phone in the Bed
1:27 Fire Hazard
1:40 Bad Night’s Sleep
2:07 A phone has more bacteria than a toilet
2:29 Exposure to Radiation
2:45 Where should you leave your phone
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