A British survey found that most adults don’t part with their smartphones once they get in bed, reports The Voice.

1 in 5 (19%) use their tablet before sleeping, 14% admitted to listening to music in bed, while 8% confessed to playing on games consoles.

Mark Kelly, marketing manager at Laptops Direct said:

“It is interesting to see just how many Brits will postpone sleep to play on their devices in bed. Gadgets are great and can be really fun but using them right before sleep can be a little disruptive to sleep quality.”

Those aged 18-24 were most likely to use tech in bed, racking up an average of 71 minutes in front of the screen.

More than half (56%) have a morning alarm set on their smartphone, while 22% use some form of technology or app to monitor their sleep.

Read the whole story at www.voice-online.co.uk