Connect with us

Lifestyle

Stop sleeping with your phone on bed, It is very dangerous!

Published

on

Stop sleeping with your phone on bed, It is very dangerous!

Sleeping with your phone near you can be harmful for your body functions and tend to limit the production of many significant hormones.

Advertisement

 

Place the phone several feet away from your bed if you’re not going to switch it off.

Advertisement

 

It has become a trend, especially for young people to sleep with their phones next to them. And most times, beneath the pillow, seems to be the ideal spot to keep the phone as it makes it easy to reach when it rings.

Advertisement

 

However, what is unknown to a lot of people is that sleeping with your phone close to you can be hazardous to your health.

Advertisement

 

Smartphones have been proven to emit dangerous radiation which causes an alteration in the system of certain self –regulating the process, such as our biological clock or cardiac rhythm.

Advertisement

 

 

Advertisement

Owing to this, having our cell phone near us while we sleep can lead to nightmares, inability to sleep, waking up several times at night, etc.

 

Advertisement

As a matter of fact, it can even damage your brain.

 

Advertisement

Furthermore, sleeping with your phone near you can be harmful to your body functions and tend to limit the production of many significant hormones that are essential for your regular routine.

 

Advertisement

As affirmed by World Health Organization: Electronic devices, in general, are bad for the body because they produce toxic effects that can increase the chances of developing cancer.

 

Advertisement

And to validate this claim, an Australia study has shown that there is an important relationship between the use of smartphones and sterility in men, as well as reduced sperm quality.

 

Advertisement

Read on to see some health implications of having your cell phone close to you while you sleep.

 

Advertisement

1. It could set your pillow on fire

A good number of cell phone users are so attached to their phones that they sleep with them even under their pillow. The result of this habit has led to recorded incidences of pillows being set ablaze.

Advertisement

 

Most popular of this incidence is the July 2014 teen from Texas who woke up to a burning smell. Her sheet and mattress have been scorched by her Samsung Galaxy S4, which was under her pillow.

Advertisement

 

It is, therefore, advisable to shut down the transceiver of your cell phone by keeping it on “airplane mode” while you sleep. Or better still; turn it off because cell phones pump out electromagnetic radiation whenever they’re on.

Advertisement

 

 

Advertisement

Most device batteries display a message that there is a risk of fire if kept under bedding. Therefore, it is advisable to turn it off for your own safety.

 

Advertisement

2. It puts our health at risk due to emitted radiation

Generally, mobile phones emit radiation due to transmission signal around 900MHz. Owing to this, keeping cell phones close to the head for prolonged periods can lead to headaches, muscle pains, and other complicated health issues.

Advertisement

 

Although people tend to keep their phones close to them while they sleep for different reasons, it is, however, better to be safe than sorry.

Advertisement

 

3. It could prevent you from sleeping

Advertisement

LED screens, which includes cell phones, tablets, TVs and other gadgets, give off blue light; a type that studies have suggested to impede the production of the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin and disrupt our circadian rhythms.

 

Advertisement

Although the reason for this is yet unknown, it may be because blue light emits wavelengths similar to daylight, which can deceive our bodies to think that it’s daytime, at any time.

 

Advertisement

It is, therefore, advisable to shut down all electronics two hours before bedtime. And if possible, keep phones and laptops in another room while you sleep.

Advertisement

Trending

X
Social Media Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com