How can I reduce the risk of developing tech-related sleep disturbances?

Sleep disturbances are a common problem for people who use technology for long periods of time. The blue light emitted from screens can interfere with our body's natural sleep cycle, leading to insomnia, fatigue, and other health issues. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to reduce the risk of developing tech-related sleep disturbances.

The first step is to limit your screen time. Try to limit your use of technology to two hours or less per day. This includes all types of screens, including smartphones, tablets, and computers. If you find yourself spending too much time on your devices, try setting a timer to remind yourself to take a break.

You can also reduce the amount of blue light your eyes are exposed to by using blue light filters on your devices. These filters can be found in the settings of most devices, and they reduce the amount of blue light emitted from your screens. You can also purchase glasses with blue light filters to wear while using your devices.

Finally, you can use apps and software that help you manage your screen time. These programs can track how long you spend on your devices and remind you to take breaks. You can also use them to set limits on how much time you spend on certain apps or websites.

By following these steps, you can reduce the risk of developing tech-related sleep disturbances. To further protect yourself, we recommend using BLiiNK, an AI-powered desktop app that helps computer users to avoid and reduce the negative impacts of computer usage.

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