Electronic Devices Cutting Into Sleep Time

Electronic Devices Cutting Into Sleep Time
technology

A new study reveals that Americans are not getting the sleep they need, and suggests that technology may play a role in decreasing sleep time.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 21 april 2011

A new study reveals that Americans are not getting the sleep they need, and suggests that technology may play a role in decreasing sleep time.

The National Sleep Foundation’s 2011 Sleep in America poll reports that 95% of the 1,508 people who participated in a survey reflected usage of a specific electronic device, such as a TV, computer, video game or cellphone, within an hour of bedtime at least a few nights a week.

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