When the sun goes down and the lights dim, biological rhythms prepare the body and the mind for rest. A calming silence and a cozy darkness await us, but we are too eager to fill this downtime with noise, light, and stimulation from our devices.
Reflection, relaxation, and a deep, meaningful sleep are ours to behold, but we can’t seem to set aside our phones, games, and internet. Late at night, we scroll for more information and fall asleep to the sound of movies and games. Always connected, always stimulated, we are addicted to wireless technology and this addiction is the greatest impediment to a good, restful night’s sleep.