Alaska Sleep Education Center

6 Ways That Night-time Phone Use Destroys Your Sleep

Posted by Ashley Lipman on Jan 13, 2021 2:15:00 AM

Over the past decade, scientists have been working to understand the implications of prolonged screen time on our health. With the prevalence of smartphones and tablets in the modern household, the long-term impacts are still yet to be determined.

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Topics: sleep habits, sleep hygiene, blue light screen, cell phones

Healthy Sleep Habits and Good Sleep Hygiene

Posted by Ashley Lipman on Dec 2, 2020 1:02:00 AM

A good night's sleep is essential to maintaining optimum physical and mental health. Your behavior during the day can have an impact on the quality of rest you get. Daily routines, diet, and medications can mean the difference between a sound forty winks or a restless night. 

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Topics: sleep habits, sleep hygiene, cell phones

Nomophobia Associated with Poor Sleep in College Students

Posted by Jennifer Hines on Sep 28, 2020 5:05:00 AM

A new study found that the fear of being out of mobile phone contact — “nomophobia” — is extremely common among college students and is associated with poor sleep health.

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Topics: sleep habits, college, cell phones

Falling Asleep With the TV On

Posted by Guest Blogger on Apr 16, 2020 9:40:58 AM

The TV is considered a harmless artifact. We are all so accustomed to it that it’s part of our homes and the habit of watching TV before going to sleep is part of our routine. There is nothing bad with a little TV before going to bed, but falling asleep with the TV on is another story. Read this article if you want to learn about the consequences of sleeping with the TV on.

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Topics: insomnia, sleep hygiene, blue light screen, students, cell phones, getting better sleep

Sleep Solutions in the Tech Age

Posted by Abigail Barker on Nov 19, 2019 1:42:52 PM

Technology is currently evolving at a rapid pace. Tech-savvy consumers are requiring the latest access to information and instant methods of communication through portable devices to keep up with the needs of a growing mobile society. In addition to the functions of work, play, and socialization, it’s no wonder that educators are also using technology as a mobile learning tool across the globe.

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Topics: technology, students, cell phones

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