A new study from British researchers (on 6,616 children) found that using screens in the hour before bedtime hurts kids’ sleep and quality of life measures. Before-bed screen time was associated with a significantly worse ability to fall asleep as well as waking up too early (60 percent higher odds). And using screens in a dark room led to even worse sleep outcomes than using them with the lights on.


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