This is What Happens To Your Body When You Are Reading On Your Smartphone Before Bed!


This is What Happens To Your Body When You’re Reading On Your Smartphone Before Bed!

If you’ve ever noticed your sleep pattern being interrupted without due cause, try turning out the lights and sleeping in pitch darkness! Especially, turn off the LED lights that shine so pretty from your digital clocks and electronic digital devices. Crucially important is that you turn off your cell phones two to three hours before climbing into bed. You may be amazed at how your sleep improves within days.

How Using Your Cell Phone May Be Effecting Your Body Before Going To Sleep

While more than 42 nations, excluding the United States, have banned cell phone use while driving, new evidence is surfacing daily as to other reasons to ban cell phone use before going to bed.

One recent British study concluded that “alternatively, the bright light exposure inherent in most electronic media devices may interfere with sleep by affecting the circadian rhythm when exposure takes place in the evening.”

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Brain Tumors

Using cell phones more than doubles the risk of developing brain cancer on the side of the head where it’s used the most. Moreover, tumor risks increase more than three times when the auditory nerve is concerned.

Simply put, chronic electromagnetic exposure, as in computer monitors, high tension lines and cell phone towers, creates an acidic condition in which electrolyte levels cannot be maintained at the cellular level. This in turn leads to imbalanced pH and an altered cellular metabolism.

Brain Fog

Usually passed off by many physicians as insignificant symptoms, sufferers typically complain of a lack of mental clarity, poor memory retention, mild confusion or disorientation. The perplexity is seen in that it comes and goes usually after periods of prolonged stress or deprived sleep.

Lower Metabolism and Energy Levels

One prominent medical doctor even recommends not going to bed within three to four hours after using cell phones because of the level of radiation emitted from the devices. Especially detrimental to those who suffer from low thyroid conditions, a weaken energy level has been observed in those who do use electronic devices before going to bed.


Some people have been known to use their TV sets to try to fall asleep at night. After a prolonged period of use, those still in their early middle age years were shown to develop dementia-related symptoms.

Lower Melatonin Levels

According to one respected neuroscientist, Dr. Anne-Marie Chang, sleep deficiency is scientifically linked to obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. In fact, chronic suppression of melatonin has also been associated with increased risk to cancer, impaired immune systems, type-II diabetes, metabolic syndrome, dementia, and obesity as well. These findings may directly impact anyone using an e-readers, laptops, smartphones, tablets, cell phones or some TV sets before bed.

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What You Can Do To Protect Yourself

– Avoid electronic device exposure as much as possible.
– Use dim lights for night lights as blue or green lights seem to disrupt circadian rhythms and suppress melatonin levels more than red lights; better yet, sleep in complete darkness.
– Do not look at bright screens or use cell phones two to three hours before going to bed.
– Buy a pair of Uvex Skyper orange tint glasses as they are known to block blue light emitted from electronics devices.
– Get up and move away from monitors every 20 minutes to lessen radiation impact emitted.

What measures, if any, do you use to protect your health and sleep, from harmful effects of electronic magnetic fields as emitted by cell phones?

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