A new study from Amerisleep shows that Netflix and other technology sources are disturb our sleep, reports Forbes.

The second relevant point (because we’re all about relevancy here) is the effect of Netflix at night (or any other comparable streaming service except the CBS one because it’s pretty useless at this point). When streaming lasts longer than planned, which is pretty much all the time because of the infinite sadness of your life, users get less sleep and struggle more often to fall asleep.

46% of respondents in the study said that the addictive nature of Netflix or whatever (not CBS) is what keeps them watching past bedtime, cutting down that ideal eight hours of sleep into a restless chunk of shut-eye that creates the need for intravenous caffeine the next morning.