Inner restlessness — tablets and e-readers damage sleep

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Do you have trouble falling asleep in the evening? Do you wake up tired in the morning? Do you read on a tablet or eReader before you go to sleep? According to a new study, the device could cause sleep problems.

Almost one in five Germans regularly complains of sleeping problems. One cannot find peace in the evening and tosses and turns, the other constantly wakes up…

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