Charging Phones in Bedroom Leads to Obesity
In order to not slow down the process of metabolism, doctors recommend cleaning the room from all mobile phones and tablets.
Charging the various gadgets in the bedroom can become a cause of overweight. This was reported by Spanish scientists from the University of Granada. According to their data, health problems are due to the blue light that stands out in a dark room while charging devices, reports Daily Mail. Researchers believe that this glow is reflected negatively on the state of health of the person. This light is most damaging to sleep, and therefore, metabolism. In addition, blue light can also keep your mind active.
Furthermore, doctors reminded that Melatonin, the hormone responsible for sleep process is the best performed when the room is completely dark. Thus, charging gadgets in the bedroom contributes to disorders of dreams and a night's rest. At the same time, doctors recommend to take away all mobile phones and tablets from a bedroom because they can slow down the process of metabolism and cause obesity.
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