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The article states, “Screentime before bedtime may leave people feeling groggy in the morning.
Cell phones, computers and TVs emit blue light. And exposure to that bluish light during the two
hours before bed can keep us from getting a good night’s rest…(Yeager).”
The author in this article is telling us how using electronic devices at night can negatively affect
sleep. When in the need of sleep, blue light created by the screens of devices prevents good rest.
In the article, the author tells us that having screen time before going to sleep for the night can
leave a person to be restless or still tired in the morning. Phones, computers, and TV’s let off a
blue light. Exposure to such blue light a couple of hours before bed can prevent us from getting
good sleep (Yeager).
Works Cited
James Clear. “The Paradox of Behavior Change (and the Myth of Overnight Success).” James `
Clear, 1 Sept. 2018, jamesclear.com/behavior-change-paradox.