Media consumption and sleep

Is blue light still keeping you awake, or are you already asleep?

Media consumption is a key issue when it comes to thinking about how to improve the quality of your sleep. Studies show that media consumption stops us from going to bed earlier. Often, we remain sitting in front of the TV in the evening, and the younger generation in particular gets distracted by online activities. Frequent use of smartphones and other devices during the day can also leave its mark, in the form of stress. It’s not just the media content, but the constant distraction via pop-up messages, for example, that can have a severely detrimental effect on your concentration and mental balance.

There is no all-in-one solution for the right way to consume media. However, there are some helpful tips available that can act as a useful guide.