Good morning, readers, writers, and adventurers! Today we dive into our third incredibly deadly habit and disover what spelling errors, run-on on sentences, or lack of explanations we might find there. Let’s remember to check our spelling, site our sources, and write in clear, concise sentences. Shall we begin?
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3. Avoid using a laptop or mobile phone
(Some) People often have a habit of to check(ing) their social network accounts on their laptops or mobile phones before going to bed, but that moment he (can) take much longer (than expected, keeping you awake past bedtime.) and you fall asleep late. So avoid using them in the bedroom.
Some people have a habit of checking their social network accounts on their laptops or mobile phones before going to bed, but little do people realize how harmful the effects of our technology have on our brains. This sleep study by the Sound Sleep Institute revealed that the blue lights from smartphone, tablet, and laptop screens reduce melatonin (the natural occurring hormone which puts our body to sleep) and tells our brain to stay awake. Continued use can have a lasting affect on melatonin levels, prohibiting sound sleep even when we aren’t using our devises. Furthermore, dings and pings from email and game notifications can disturb our slumber without our realizing it, so it is recommended to keep all electronics, even the TV, out of the bedroom.
Okay, while this still may not be deadly, it is certainly harmful. Even I fall into the bad habit of using my phone at night, because I keep my charging station in the bedroom. Today, I make a change. I’m going to set up a nice, little charge station in the living room and go back to using a tradition alarm clock. Just as soon as I acquire one…
This has been,
Fanny T. Crispin