First, and I believe most sleep scientists will agree, the light emitted from the TV can cause disruptions to your sleep. Now there are two ways this can occur.
A sleep scientist would say no TV in bed. Period. But why not run an experiment of your own?
Choose a week where you don’t watch TV from bed, and pay close attention to how you feel in the morning. Now, this is very subjective, and ideally, we would want to have sleep monitoring sensors and other gadgets to give you some objective data. But, for the sake of this experiment, forget that for now. Just go off of your own perception. If you feel your sleep improved, there’s your answer. If you feel it didn’t improve, maybe TV in bed wasn’t that big of a deal after all.
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