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Psychologist Dr. Jennifer Vriend, of Dalhousie University says her studies show that “one of the biggest culprits for inadequate and disturbed sleep is technology.”
She explains that having televisions and game consoles in the bedroom is also a problem, as it sets up the brain to see the room as an entertainment zone rather than a quiet, sleepy enviornment.
These studies show that even modest differences in sleep duration, accummulated over a few days, can affect critical cognitive and emotional functions in children.
“Adequate sleep leads to better emotional stability, more positive mood and improved attention, which are all likely to improve academic success.”
So limit electronics during the day, and ensure they are shut down at least 2 hours before bedtime! •
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