What cell phones do to Tommie sleep habits


And I thought surfing the Net before bed, sleep-disrupting habit.

TommieMedia has this piece on University of St. Thomas students explaining why they sleep near their cell phones — and how that habit has students across the nation losing an average of 45 minutes of sleep each night.

Junior Drew Lindholm tells the news service:

“When I hear my phone vibrate, I wake up right away. I have to, There’s a sense of excitement. It’s almost like a present. You don’t know who it is yet, but it makes you anticipate who or what it could be.”

Read the full story here.