Why not to sleep next to phone

1. Electromagnetic Radiation: Mobile phones are constantly indulged in the process of sending and receiving signals. It uses electromagnetic waves from cell towers to maintain the signal strength. Though no conclusion has yet been drawn on the ill effects of the electromagnetic waves but your brain should be protected from prolonged exposure to any kind of radiation.

So if you don't want to be a victim of any grave mental problem, refrain from sleeping next to your mobile phone.

2. Sleeping problems: We understand that nights are quite boring but don't use your mobile phones to shoo away this boredom. Though people like to snuggle in the bed with a phone while reading an e-book or surfing internet but light waves from your phone triggers insomnia.

Light cells from the body informs our brain what time of the day it is which further controls the release of sleeping hormone melatonin. Blue light from mobile screen keeps you awake for longer duration as it disrupts the release of melatonin.

To enjoy a deep slumber without compromising with your reading experience; pick up a hard copy of a book.

3. Disturbed mornings: Sometimes notifications on the phone leaves you anxious or worried about a particular thing and when you check them in the middle of the night, your sleep gets disturbed and your mind takes time to get back to sleep. As a result you wake up confused and depressed affecting your productivity for the entire day.

Technology is for our good only. We don't suggest you to stay away from it. But do right things at right time of the day. Switch off your phone at night or put it on Airplane mode before going to bed. more  

sushil Thanks. A good advice. more  
excellent suggestion, i have one more, DO NOT KEEP YOUR PHONE NEXT TO YOUR HEART, 2. FIND A CLOTHING DESIGNER WHO WILL PUT A POCKET ON THE RIGHT instead of left, and also ON JACKETS. here is a new Marketing opportunity for an enterpreneur! more  
Thanks for practical suggestions more  
sound suggestion,My Ahuja. more  
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