The blue light from digital screens suppresses melatonin production in the brain, which messes up our body’s natural biological clock—the circadian rhythm. As a result, sleep suffers. The information consumed before bed further overwhelms the brain, making it even harder to fall asleep.
A large number of studies have shown that high mobile phone use - especially late night use, directly correlates to decline in mental health, moods, self-esteem and coping abilities. Similarly, using the phone first thing in the morning triggers stress and increased anxiety.
The information overload that hits the brain before it's fully awake can interfere with its ability to focus and prioritize tasks. Going on the phone first thing in the morning primes the mind for distractions for the rest of the whole day. On top of which, a poor night of sleep doesn't help either.
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