Why am I sleepy all the time?

Here’s Why.

Sleep experts say our devices are keeping us awake for longer, which affects our sleep and health. So why on earth do we do it?

What was the last thing you did before drifting off last night? You were probably on a device: reading emails, surfing the web or checking social media.
You’re not alone. A study by the National Sleep Foundation estimates 48% of UK adults use gadgets such as tablets or laptops in bed and studies in other countries show this is even more prevalent among younger adults.

But snuggling up with electronic devices is ruining your sleep: keeping you up later and waking you more frequently during the night. More research has shown that night time use of technology can have a detrimental effect on ability to cope with stress, self-esteem and general mental health. Without sufficient sleep, you’re less productive at work and long term health can suffer but few seem able to resist. So why do we do it?

Sending a text message, posting on Facebook or checking your email means you are waiting for a response, which revs up your emotional nervous system.

Unlike reading and TV, modern gadgets are interactive rather than passive. Their connectivity to the outside world intrudes into the bedroom, a place that has historically been somewhere private to unwind and forget about a hectic day.
Experts say we need between 30 minutes and an hour of preparation before going to sleep to give our minds a chance to unwind from the stresses of the day. Things like reading a book, having a hot drink or doing a repetitive task like counting sheep all help.But what has been proven to help is a night sky ceiling enabling you to relax under a blanket of stars creates a more natural sleep environment.
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Important information for a child’s bedroom.

Many children have televisions in their bedrooms; it’s become a feature of modern life where technology inhabits every square inch of the house. It’s also not uncommon for children to watch television or play computer games before they go to bed, just like adults do. But when children’s bedrooms have this much technology in them, does it impact their sleep?

What does this mean for our children’s sleep?

It’s no secret that televisions and the light they emit are not conducive to a good night’s sleep. Televisions and screens from other electronic devices produce a form of light called ‘blue light’. This is beneficial during the day as it can boost attention, reaction times and even your mood.

However, when the sun goes down, it’s a whole different story. Light suppresses the release of melatonin, a hormone that has an effect on our daily circadian rhythms, but blue light has an even more powerful effect, impacting further on the release of melatonin. Harvard researchers found that, when exposed to comparable amounts of blue and green light (green light has longer wavelengths), blue light suppressed melatonin and shifted circadian rhythms for twice as long as green light.

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Help with Bedtime & the kids will want to go to bed.

Dealing With Your Child’s Sleep Issues

He won’t go to bed. He won’t sleep alone. He won’t nap a wink. Any of these scenarios sound familiar? You have company. According to the National Sleep Foundation, nearly two-thirds of parents report some kind of sleep-related challenge at least a few times a week. Since adequate rest is essential for the entire family’s peaceable kingdom—not to mention your child’s well-being a night sky ceiling is a real solutions for coping with the fiercest sleep culprits, Non-Toxic & Water based with  No smell.