Smartphone use in bed significantly associated with sleep problems and poor academic performance in teens

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The use of smartphones at bedtime by teens was strongly associated with insomnia, daytime sleepiness, “night owl” tendencies, decreased hours of sleep, and poor academic performance, according to a study presented at ACCP, held in October in Montreal. 

Smartphone ownership and the use of in...