The team at Moshells recently surveyed 2,000 Americans to see if anything has gotten through to people regarding the effects of blue light on sleep health, reports ValueWalk.

Not only can smartphones, tablets, televisions and personal computers be distracting, but they can also be harmful to our health and our sleep patterns. Using this type of technology before bed is often citied in sleep studies as being behind many sleep issues.

Let’s take a look at some of the more interesting data points from the study.

64% of American’s don’t get enough sleep. Of those respondents they averaged 6.8 hours of sleep per night which is well below the recommended daily amount of 8 hours.  No wonder so many people are so sleep deprived!