Reading e-books from laptops and mobile phones affect sleep: Study

December 28, 2014 12:14 PM

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Reading e-books from laptops and mobile phones affect sleep: Study

A new study has revealed that people who read e-books from laptops and mobile phones before going to bed experience a harder time falling asleep. The new research is co-authored by Anne-Marie Chang claims. Chang is a Penn State bio-behavioral health professor.

The study was carried out at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital and 12 grown-ups were recruited for two weeks. During the study, researchers monitored the brain waves and heart rate. They also took blood samples of the participants.

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