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Technology for a Better Night's Sleep

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Genevieve Garruppo / Lonny
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Do you feel like you’re operating on a sleep deficit? The source of your problem might be your bedroom—or what’s in your bedroom, to be exact. There’s been increasing reports correlating keeping televisions, smartphones and tablets in the bedroom and an increase in sleep disorders. It all makes sense considering those bright screens – big and small – disrupt our brains’ release of the sleep-inducing hormone, melatonin. But technology doesn’t have to be the enemy of a good night’s sleep. Here are the devices and apps determined to help you get a good night’s rest.