Do You Bring Your Phone to Bed?

We're proud to present this fascinating infographic from our friends at The Jane Dough. Check it out:

A long time ago, beds were for sleeping—not lounging space for TV watchers or technology users. Now, almost 100% of people try to browse the web, text, or tune in for a show before falling asleep, according to a new infographic, which also reveals that one in three smartphone owners would rather give up sex than their mobile devices. In other news, we’re all a bunch of losers.

Unsurprisingly, the infographic also reveals that more than 75 percent of the U.S. population is connected to the Internet in a mobile way, so if their laptop or WiFi is down, chances are, they’ve got other options. Ninety percent of Millenials sleep with their phones in or near bed, and while this certainly allows them to check for phone calls or texts in the middle of the night, it’s disruptive to their sleep. Interneting before bed increases a person’s risk of insomnia due to the bright light emissions from iPads and the like. So, if you don’t want to feel tired or out of it tomorrow, read a book before checking out at night—or at least say no to TV watching. Check out the full graphic below.

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