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motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/jpg8a8/is-falling-asleep-with-the-tv-on-actually-bad-for-you

Jan 21, 2016 ... Watching—or listening, more accurately—to TV is the most reliable way ... or wrongly—make the connection that TV is definitely bad for sleep.

elitedaily.com/life/dont-sleep-with-tv-on/1217974

Sep 18, 2015 ... Science Explains Why You Should Never Fall Asleep With The TV On ... This could lead to bad nights of sleep, which will almost inevitably ...

sleepfoundation.org/sleep-news/lights-out-good-nights-sleep

Turn on the Z's with these helpful hints about not sleeping with the lights on. A good night's sleep is just ahead with the National Sleep Foundation.

sleepbetter.org/ask-sleepbetter-sleeping-with-the-tv

Apr 22, 2015 ... “Is it bad for your sleep to sleep with the TV on? Like does it mess with REM sleep?” -Concetta Spinella (via Facebook). The short answer is ...

sleep.org/articles/is-it-bad-to-watch-tv-right-before-bed

It may seem harmless to veg in front of the TV before bed. You tune in, relax, zone out, and, eventually, you nod off. Plenty of people do it—as many as two- thirds ...

www.mensfitness.com/life/sleeping-tv-making-you-depressed

Forget the movie Poltergeist—leaving your television on while you sleep is more than just creepy. Bathing yourself in artificial light at night could increase your ...

www.cosmopolitan.com/uk/body/health/news/a38959/falling-asleep-tv-on-bad-for-you

Oct 6, 2015 ... It turns out that Netflix and actual chilling to the point of sleep is a really bad idea, because science has proved that the flickering light from a TV ...

www.reverie.com/wp/blog/3-reasons-you-shouldnt-watch-tv-before-bed

Oct 29, 2015 ... We look at the negative effects of watching TV before bed and give you three ... If you needed eight hours of sleep per night (and you almost ...

www.everydayhealth.com/sleep/too-much-light-ruining-not-just-your-sleep-but-your-health-too.aspx

Feb 6, 2013 ... Falling asleep with the TV on or a dim night-light in your room may seem soothing. But these seemingly innocent light sources could also form ...