A recent article by the Dementia Society of America sheds new light on the impact of staring at screens before bed. New research finds that the lights from TVs, tablets, and phones at night stimulate our brains, making it harder to fall and stay asleep. Poor sleep may contribute to cognitive decline and dementia.
To improve sleep quality, experts recommend removing electronics from the bedroom and establishing a consistent sleep routine. Protecting sleep, along with other lifestyle factors like diet and activity, may help support long-term brain health. Read the article here.