Social Media Causing Sleep Disorder

All those hours on social media is cutting into your sleep. According to a new study from the University of Pittsburgh and backed by the Institutes of health, extreme social media use can cause sleep disturbance at night. The study was based on a questionnaire given to 1,788 U.S. adult ages 19 to 32. The questions were on sleep disturbances and social media like Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and others. About 30% of the participants who said they had high levels of sleep disturbance were the group that obsessively checked their social media accounts. Some tech companies have already started to roll out features that could help people sleep. F Lux is a software that adjusts the colors of a computer or phone to create warm colors at night

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